On Mon, 2 May 2005, Peter Van Eynde wrote:
> 1 build a sbcl with clisp (version 2.33)
> 2 build a new sbcl with the generated sbcl
> 3 use this second generation sbcl as "final" version.
> How does that sound? Should I do a third step building another sbcl with
> the second generation sbcl, or is the second generation version equivalent
> with the N'the generation one?
First generation SBCL (the one from step 2) should already be equivalent
to the second generation SBCL -- anything else implies leakage from host.
...not that it can't happen, but it would be a bug.
Doing the step 3 is still a good idea IMO, though, since self-building
is a pretty good basic test.
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