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[Gcl-devel] Re: [Maxima] 5.9.0rc3 build failure in numerical/slatec/zbes

From: Camm Maguire
Subject: [Gcl-devel] Re: [Maxima] 5.9.0rc3 build failure in numerical/slatec/zbesy.lisp, gcl 2.4.3, gcc 3.2
Date: 11 Nov 2002 12:45:24 -0500


You can get a nightly CVS backup tarball os GCL at:


Dan Hitt <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi Valerij,
> Thanks for the tip, compiling gcl 2.4.3 with gcc 2.96 gives a gcl which
> is able to compile maxima.
> Compiling gcl 2.4.3 with either gcc 2.96 or gcc 3.2 gives me some mild
> problems: i have to manually adjust h/object.h to deal with `bool',
> which is in conflict with gcc's ideas about bool, and i have to
> manually adjust makedefs and/or makedefc to force the info files and
> emacs files to go where i want them to.  On the other hand, compiling
> maxima itself is very simple, using gcc 2.96-based gcl 2.4.3 per your
> suggestion.  In particular, i didn't have to set C_INCLUDE_PATH as i did,
> again per your suggestion, for the gcc 3.2-based gcl 2.4.3.
> Thanks also for the advice about using cvs, but i have problems
> dealing with the huge influx of files on my isp.  (I know of two
> different ways to get the cvs files, depending on where i issue the
> commands, but both of them have bottlenecks that make it impractical.)
> Anyhow, i can avoid this for now.
> Thanks again, and thanks also to Jim and RJF for their earlier remarks.
> dan
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