[Ecls-list] SI:TOP-LEVEL, stack overflows

Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll juanjose.garciaripoll at googlemail.com
Sun Jul 31 21:34:56 UTC 2011

On Sun, Jul 31, 2011 at 10:45 PM, Philipp Marek <philipp at marek.priv.at>wrote:

>    ;;;   gcc -o bin/ecl -L/home/.../build/ /home/.../build/eclinittsZavj.o
> -L./
> -Wl,--rpath,/usr/local/lib/ libecl.so -lpthread -ldl -lm sed -e
> 's, at libdir\\@,/usr/local/lib/,' \
>            -e 's, at includedir\\@,/usr/local/include/,' \
>            -e 's,~A,/usr/local/lib/,' bin/ecl-config.pre > bin/ecl-config
>    $ LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/home/.../build/ /home/.../build//bin/ecl -dir
> /home/.../build/
>     Wrong number of arguments passed to function #<compiled-function
>     No restarts available.
>     Top level in: #<process TOP-LEVEL>.

A few things: you did not reinstall ECL after building it and since it is
using --rpath I doubt that the change in LD_LIBRARY_PATH had any effect.
Besides this, did you completely your build directory after updating ECL and
finally, why do you say that ECL did not load .eclrc at this point? My
feeling is that all this is due to conflicting versions of the library and
partial rebuilds, but I tend to be proven wrong.

In any case this does not explain the stack overflows during ECL's use of
quicklisp libraries. Would it be possible for you to send me an excerpt of
your .eclrc (by private email)so that I can try to reproduce the sequence of
libraries you loaded?


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