[elephant-devel] 0.6.1 / OpenMCL / BDB
eslick at csail.mit.edu
Wed Jan 31 22:32:50 UTC 2007
I can get OpenMCL 1.1 to compile build and launch, but BDB cannot
open a newly created DB in open-store-controller. I'm wondering if
this is due to UFFI's handling of types such that we're getting 32-
bit instead of 64-bit pointers out of the underlying C API (int vs.
The steps to getting this far are:
OpenMCL 1.1 for x86-64
Configure and compile BDB 4.5 with -arch x86_64
(something like: env LDFLAGS="-arch x86_64" CFLAGS="-arch x86_64"
configure from build_unix)
Latest Elephant 0.6.1 from CVS (as of 1/31/07)
Daniel, want to take another crack at this?
On Jan 24, 2007, at 11:22 AM, lists at infoway.net wrote:
> I have been trying to make 0.6.1 work under OpenMCL Version 1.1-
> pre-061231 (DarwinX8664). However, as I mentioned before, I have
> been having compilation problems.
> They seem to be mainly related to libmemutil.
> Out of the box attempt, I got the following error:
> ; $ /usr/bin/gcc -shared -Wall -fPIC -O3 -o /Users/dev/lisp/
> elephant/src/memutil/libmemutil.so /Users/dev/lisp/elephant/src/
> memutil/libmemutil.c -lm
> i686-apple-darwin8-gcc-4.0.1: unrecognized option '-shared'
> /usr/bin/ld: Undefined symbols:
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> Upon inspection of elephant.asd, I made the following change:
> (defmethod compiler-options ((compiler (eql :gcc)) (c elephant-c-
> source) &key input-file output-file)
> "Default compile and link options to create a library; no -L or -
> I options included; math lib as default"
> (unless (and input-file output-file)
> (error "Must specify both input and output files"))
> #-(or openmcl darwin macosx) "-shared"
> #+(or openmcl darwin macosx) "-bundle"
> "-o" output-file
> What I basically did is I added "openmcl" to the conditionalization
> #- and #+. After making this change, it successfully builds the
> libmemutil.so file. However, while the file actually exists, it
> fails to load with the following message:
> Error opening shared library "/Users/dev/lisp/elephant/src/memutil/
> libmemutil.so": dlopen(/Users/dev/lisp/elephant/src/memutil/
> libmemutil.so, 10): no suitable image found. Did find:
> /Users/dev/lisp/elephant/src/memutil/libmemutil.so: mach-o, but
> wrong architecture
> [Condition of type SIMPLE-ERROR]
> FYI, my *FEATURES* is:
> (:KMR-NORMAL-DSDC :KMR-NORMAL-CESD :KMR-MOP :ASDF :PRIMARY-
> CLASSES :COMMON-LISP :OPENMCL :CLOZURE :ANSI-CL :UNIX :OPENMCL-
> NATIVE-THREADS :OPENMCL-PARTIAL-MOP :MCL-COMMON-MOP-SUBSET :OPENMCL-
> MOP-2 :OPENMCL-PRIVATE-HASH-TABLES :OPENMCL-HASH-
> CONSING :X86-64 :X86-64 :X86-TARGET :X86-HOST :X8664-TARGET :X8664-
> HOST :DARWIN-HOST :DARWIN-TARGET :DARWINX86-TARGET :DARWINX8664-
> TARGET :DARWINX8664-HOST :POWEROPEN-TARGET :64-BIT-TARGET :64-BIT-
> HOST :LITTLE-ENDIAN-TARGET :LITTLE-ENDIAN-HOST :MCL)
> I don't really know why it cannot load the shared library. I don't
> know if the problem is basically a compat issue with this CVS
> version of OpenMCL in this architecture and/or UFFI. However, I
> thought I would share this just in case anyone has information that
> could speed this process or any suggestions of what I may try next.
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