[Ecls-list] ECL on windows 64?

Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll juanjose.garciaripoll at gmail.com
Sun Jul 21 20:17:13 UTC 2013

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emails nor solve individual problems. If you have some doubt about ECL, the
mailing list is the place for asking.

On Sun, Jul 21, 2013 at 12:14 PM, Matic Kukovec <matic.kukovec at pametnidom.si
> wrote:

> 1. How do i compile a program on a Windows 7 64-bit system to native code?
>     I tried this procedure: - installed the c compiler with
> "(ext:install-c-compiler)", i am using the MSVC++ 2010 compiler
>                                            - created hello.lisp file same
> as in the "1.6 Compiler examples" of the manual
>                                            - ran (compile-file
> "hello.lisp" :system-p t)
>     I get this message:
>                                     > (compile-file
> "C:/Users/Matic/Desktop/LISP/**ECL_Testiranje/hello.lisp")
>                                     ;;;
>                                     ;;; Compiling
> C:/Users/Matic/Desktop/LISP/**ECL_Testiranje/hello.lisp.;;; OPTIMIZE
> levels: Safety=2, Space=0, Speed=3, Debug=0
>                                     ;;;
>                                     ;;; End of Pass 1.hello.c
>                                     .\ecl/object.h(826) : error C2632:
> 'long' followed by 'long' is illegal
>                                     .\ecl/object.h(827) : error C2632:
> 'long' followed by 'long' is illegal

There is not enough information here:

- Did you build ECL yourself?
- Which compiler did you use?
- Which flags did you use for building ECL? Did you use "nmake ECL_WIN64=1"?
- How did you install ECL?
- Is the same compiler used for building ECL and for compiling this code?

> 2. How do you run a LTk application properly?

This is not the right place to ask this question.


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