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Re: [Gcl-devel] Re: 32bit GCL

From: Camm Maguire
Subject: Re: [Gcl-devel] Re: 32bit GCL
Date: Sun, 08 Aug 2010 23:16:52 -0400
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Gabriel Dos Reis <address@hidden> writes:

> "George W. Dinolt" <address@hidden> writes:
> |  Gabriel:
> | 
> | I had the same problem. The issue seems to be connected with having
> | tcl/tk in your path. When that happens, gcl tries to link them in and
> | the issue you discovered raises its head. If you remove /opt/local/bin
> | or /sw/bin/ or wherever you have tcl/tk installed from your path, then
> | gcl (32bit) builds and runs beautifully on OS X 10.5.8. I have been
> | able to build both acl2 and open-axiom. Acl2 runs through all the
> | books except defxdoc on my systems. Open-axiom seems to be having
> | trouble with the graphics but otherwise works well.
> | 
> | I had the same problem building gcl 64 bit on OS X. Again removing, in
> | my case /opt/local/bin from the path and building, worked fine. ACL2
> | built, but open-axiom did not build. Error report to come.
> | 
> | Regards,
> | George
> Hi George,
>   Thanks for the tip.  Indeed removing /opt/local from my PATH led to
> successful build.  Nothing else did:  --disable-tkconfig
> --disable-tclconfig did not work; --disable-xgcl did not work.  Only
> removing /opt/local did.
> Camm, do you think it is possible to make --disable-tk --disable-tcl
> entirely disabling linking with tcl/tk?

OK --enable-tcltk is now a configure switch (default yes).

Take care,

> I'm now building OpenAxiom with the newly built GCL-2.6.8 -- so far, it
> seems to be progressing quite well.
> -- Gaby
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Camm Maguire                                        address@hidden
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