[Ecls-list] c::build-program error: "Cannot find entry point for binary file"

Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll juanjose.garciaripoll at googlemail.com
Tue Feb 14 20:02:44 UTC 2012

This does look like Windows, am I wrong? Did you load (require :cmp) before
doing all this? It would be nice to have a few more details about what you
are doing

* Operating system version
* Compiler toolchain version
* Configuration and compilation flags of ECL
* The file that you want to compile into a program (lisp)
* A transcript of the steps you follow and the output from ECL

I need this to try to reproduce your problems.

On Tue, Feb 14, 2012 at 8:21 PM, bob <bobatnet at gmail.com> wrote:

> I am trying to compile this code into a standalone executable, but all I
> am getting is an error:
> (defun callme () (format t "hello"))
> (callme)
> (sleep 3)
> (quit)
> The compilation phase gets over fine, emtting hello.obj. But while
> building the standalone binary, it says that it cant find the program entry
> point:
> >> (c:build-program "hello" :lisp-files '("hello.obj"))
> Debugger received error: Cannot find out entry point for binary file
> hello.obj
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