[Ecls-list] Windows port working again

Marko Kocić marko.kocic at gmail.com
Mon Mar 30 17:50:58 UTC 2009

Mingw32 build (threaded) still fails to build.


make[2]: *** No rule to make target `threads_win32.o', needed by
`../libeclmin.a'.  Stop.
rm num_comp.c list.c mapfun.c format.c stacks.c time.c num_rand.c
file.c sequence.c ffi.c num_arith.
c num_log.c array.c cfun.c disassembler.c predicate.c assignment.c
backq.c main.c string.c eval.c er
ror.c character.c print.c number.c gfun.c multival.c read.c macros.c
typespec.c unixint.c hash.c com
piler.c num_sfun.c num_pred.c reference.c structure.c unixfsys.c
symbol.c pathname.c num_co.c load.c
 unixsys.c cmpaux.c package.c interpreter.c instance.c
make[2]: Leaving directory `/c/dev/cvstree/ecl.git/build/c'
make[1]: *** [libeclmin.a] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory `/c/dev/cvstree/ecl.git/build'
make: *** [all] Error 2

2009/3/30 Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll <juanjose.garciaripoll at googlemail.com>:
> I have managed to get a virtual box with Windows XP up and running.
> During the weekend I was solving a few problems, mostly related to the
> code for handling interrupts, which had been left behind by other
> ports.
> The current code is working, though I did not have time to setup the
> automated tests in this platform. Help is welcome from those who have
> time to find out problems with it. I did not have a chance to install
> and thest mingw, though.
> The only thing that is missing is to identify _why_ the POSIX streams
> do not work in Windows. I have had to make C streams the default file
> type, which does not mean a great harm for other ports, because the
> speed is similar. However, there seems to be some problem with the
> current code in Windows, which causes ECL to think that a file has
> reached the EOF when it has not. If you want to test or debug this,
> replace  (cstream Ct) with (cstream Cnil) on line 4218 from
> src/c/file.d Typically ECL will fail to find the entry point from file
> clos/conditions.obj
> In any case the release will be postponed a couple of days until the
> problems with OpenAxiom and CL-FAD are solved.
> Juanjo
> --
> Instituto de Física Fundamental, CSIC
> c/ Serrano, 113b, Madrid 28009 (Spain)
> http://juanjose.garciaripoll.googlepages.com
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