[iolib-devel] (gcc-cpu-flags) in asdf-additions/unix-dso.lisp
fahree at gmail.com
Thu Jun 7 01:16:10 UTC 2007
Wrong wrong wrong!
The -m32 or -m64 are both needed, because you may be running on a
machine where the default distribution is of one type, but your Lisp
process is of a different size!
Here at ITA, we casually compile 32-bit Lisp executable on 64-bit
machines, and the reverse is not unconceivable either.
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On 06/06/07, Chun Tian <binghe.lisp at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, iolib developers
> I'm not sure why need a (gcc-cpu-flags) function to detect a gcc compile
> flag (-m32/-m64) and use this to compile C files.
> First, use (cffi:foreign-type-size :int) to guess is wrong at least on
> amd64 Linux: (cffi:foreign-type-size :int) return 4 on amd64 Linux, so
> you guess wrong to 32-bit.
> Second, if you guess wrong, a 64-bit Lisp process will can not load a
> 32-bit library.
> If I disable this (gcc-cpu-flags), gcc with no -m32/-m64 can always do
> the right thing on both 32 and 64-bit platform, and the Lisp process can
> load this library. (I'm just doing this on Debian GNU/Linux amd64 and
> LispWorks 5.0.2 Enterprise Edition for AMD64 Linux.) Am I right?
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