On Jan 1, 2010, at 9:12 PM, Martin Costabel wrote:
> Martin Costabel wrote:
>> Alexander Hansen wrote:
>>> I was told that the package functioned on 10.6/64-bit. I didn't have
>>> time actually to verify that on a clean 10.6 system at that time, but
>>> verified that it works on 10.5; I applied an update to maxima concurrently.
>> There is something weird going on: I have two build logs from yesterday on 10.6/64bit that end with failure, with the error message I mentioned. Now I tried it one more time, and the building and installation went through without error. Nothing has changed in the meantime, except that I switched a couple of times between 32bit and 64bit.
> Another weird observation:
> Now I am trying "fink rebuild sbcl" on 10.6/32bit, where the previous build worked and only the installation of the resulting *.deb file did not go through (several times repeated).
> It does not build any more: I am now getting the same build error as previously on 10.6/64bit:
I just committed an updated SBCL (version 1.0.34) to my experimental repository:
Can you please give this a try? I didn't do anything new apart from bumping the version, but perhaps this will make a difference. I don't expect it will, but it's worth a shot.
>> WARNING! Some of the contrib modules did not build successfully or pass
>> their self-tests. Failed contribs:"
>> ### execution of SBCL_ARCH="x86" failed, exit code 1
> This thing does not seem to build deterministically.
Indeed. This is really quite strange.