[Ecls-list] Latest changes

Kamil Shakirov kamils80 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 1 05:06:56 UTC 2009

Hi Juan,

If ECL is compiled without unicode support the code still uses
deprecated calls. The small attached patch fixes this.

On Mon, 2009-08-31 at 12:36 +0200, Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll wrote: 
> As a remainder, the option --enable-slow-config is essential for
> platforms with multiple ABIs. That is operating systems such as
> Solaris and now also OS X, which allow building applications with 32
> or 64-bits pointers and integers. This option works out the
> appropriate flags by first configuring the GMP library and then
> copying those flags.
> I have changed the configuration process so that --enable-slow-config
> is much faster. Before, this was done in two steps:
>  - configure GMP in a temporary directory
>  - grab the flags
>  - configure the rest of ECL
>  - re-configure GMP.
> Now it is done as follows
>  - configure GMP in the directory where it is going to be built
>  - grab the flags
>  - configure the rest of ECL.
> Incidentally, in Solaris (and probably in OS X when we upgrade to
> MPIR), --enable-slow-config is ALWAYS activated.
> Juanjo
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