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Re: [Gcl-devel] Problems building gcl-2.6.1-18 on Solaris 8 (SPARC)

From: John Tang Boyland
Subject: Re: [Gcl-devel] Problems building gcl-2.6.1-18 on Solaris 8 (SPARC)
Date: Fri, 07 Nov 2003 15:56:28 -0600

OK.  I will start a debug build.

BTW:  gcc-version reports:
gcc --version tmp.c
gcc (GCC) 3.2.1
Copyright (C) 2002 Free Software Foundation, Inc. ...


] Greetings, and tnanks!  Gave it a quick lookover, and its nothing
] obvious, though I suspect its trivial, as your compiler seems to be
] working, but the exit command (bye) is triggering the error.  Don't
] recognize the gcc version either.  How about a gcc -v?  In any case,
] the next step is to recompile with the configure flag --enable-debug,
] and if the error persists, go into the lsp subdir, gdb
] ../unixport/saved_pre_gcl, r, and then at the lisp prompt
] (compile-file "gcl_arraylib.lsp"), then report the results of a
] backtrace where gdb reports the fault (i.e. bt).
] If you feel uncomfortable with any of this and can provide remote
] access, I'll try to take a look.
] Take care,
] John Tang Boyland <address@hidden> writes:
] > (I changed the subject line to be more accurate.)
] > 
] > I didn't have the configure and build output captured, so I'm doing it
] > again.  I couldn't find a "distclean" option ("make distclean" gave
] > an unknown target error), so I just did a "clean".
] > 
] > The (new) configure and build output are captured in
] >     http://www.cs.uwm.edu/~boyland/temp/gcl-2.6.1-18-build.txt
] > It is a full terminal capture including my messing around in
] > the gmp3 directory doing the recommended reconfigure with a --build
] > option.  (I'm not sure this was necessary.)
] > 
] > I let it run to completion this time (24K lines). The error I
] > mentioned happens on line 3558.
] > 
] > John
] > 
] > 
] > 
] -- 
] Camm Maguire                                          address@hidden
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