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[Gcl-devel] Re: XGCL and Intel Mac

From: Camm Maguire
Subject: [Gcl-devel] Re: XGCL and Intel Mac
Date: 09 May 2006 17:57:48 -0400
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Greetings!  And thanks for the note!  No, I haven't forgotten -- I
have them merged here locally, but in the meanwhile gcl has broken on
the latest gmp (4.2).  Once I can find the time to synchronize
everything, I'll try to release these in 2.6.8.  Thanks again for all
your help on this!

Take care,

"Gordon Shaw Novak" <address@hidden> writes:

> Camm,
> I hope all has been going well for you.
> You may recall that I sent you a message on January 27 regarding
> revised files for XGCL (I can resend that message if you wish).
> I looked at a directory of GCL 2.7.0 that Boyer had, and it looks
> like it still has all old files.
> The new files are in ftp.cs.utexas.edu/pub/novak/xgcl-4/
> If you just copy all of those on top of what you have in xgcl-2,
> it will overwrite some old files and add some, giving an
> up-to-date set.  I can of course do some testing of the xgcl
> when appropriate.
> I got a new Intel Mac laptop (Mac OS X, based on BSD) and tried
> to build GCL on it, so far using --enable-machine=powerpc-macosx
> which looked like the closest available match.  This fails on
> trying to find sizeof(struct contblock).  The machine designation
> it gets is i686-apple-darwin8.5.2 .  Anyway, if I can be of any
> help in trying to get GCL up on this machine I am willing to do so.
> Kay Nettle (local Unix systems wizard) tried it also, hacked some
> things and got farther than I did, but still failed.  I'm not
> asking you to work on this (I'm sure you have lots to do), just
> reporting status.
> Best regards, Gordon

Camm Maguire                                            address@hidden
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