[armedbear-devel] There is no way to compile abcl-src-0.22.0

Pascal J. Bourguignon pjb at informatimago.com
Sun Nov 21 02:58:07 UTC 2010

Mark Evenson <evenson at panix.com> writes:

> On 11/20/10 5:44 AM, Pascal J. Bourguignon wrote:
>> There is no way to compile abcl-src-0.22.0, whatever the lisp
>> implementation used:
> […]
> The following patch should fix the problem with the Lisp-based build. 
> It will be part of abcl-0.23.0.
> As noted in the README, the Lisp-based build is under tested, and 
> semi-deprecated in favor of the Java ant-based build.  Most modern 
> systems with Java installed will have a copy of 'ant', which is the Java 
> analog of 'make'. Simply invoking
>     cmd$ ant
> from the commandline should build the release.
> But at least we know that the Lisp-based build has one customer…

There are a lot of lispers who are not Java programmers, and for whom
abcl is a life saver, since it allows them to generate JVM executables
without having to know anything about it ;-)

> Index: build-abcl.lisp

It works, thanks.

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