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[Gcl-devel] RE: [Axiom-developer] Metadata for the uploaded Windows sour

From: Page, Bill
Subject: [Gcl-devel] RE: [Axiom-developer] Metadata for the uploaded Windows source/bi nary package.
Date: Fri, 3 Dec 2004 17:03:26 -0500


I am still have trouble with the Windows build. I installed
the gmp library as you described below and that part of the
configuration now seems to work. But I still have many
undefined symbols. (See tail of log below.) These seem to
me to be internal GCL stuff so something weird must be
going on.

On Thursday, December 02, 2004 7:57 AM you wrote:

> |
> | Below you refer to using a static gmp library. How precisely
> | would I do that? (Sorry to be so dense about this :) Any
> | clues or references would help.
> Not dense at all.  I'm assuming here that the source tree you 
> have contains everything I used including the CVS HEAD GCL -
> I haven't had time to check yet.
> The -lgmp is being pout there by configure automatically.
> If you look in that gmp tar ball I uploaded you'll find a 
> "libgmp.a" which you should put in the MinGW32 gcc lib 
> directory, and "gmp.h" which goes inthe include directory.
> The configure script should pick those up.

Yes, it did pick it up. See the tail of the log below.
> If you're using GCL 2.6.5 I don't remember if it autodetects 
> the gmp library or not.

No, I am using what you called gclcvs from your 200 Mb
upload (really only about 60 Mb was essential, the rest is
mostly unused zip files ... )

> If completely stuck, you may need to play around with the 
> configure argument "--enable-dynsysgmp".

I am running that test now.

Bill Page.

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