I've been building SBCL on Mac OS X 10.4.11, Intel Mac and I'm not
seeing any of the errors you described.
Here are some version numbers of software to check on your system to see
how it compares to mine.
Xcode 2.4.1 (I don't run the Xcode environment, just the Apple version
of GCC that is installed at the same time that Xcode is). This should
be a free download from Apple's web site if you don't have it, but
before bothering to do that, check for "optional" or "additional"
packages on your install discs. It should be there. Then do a complete
system software update to see if it gets you a newer one.
> which gcc
> gcc --version
i686-apple-darwin8-gcc-4.0.1 (GCC) 4.0.1 (Apple Computer, Inc. build 5367)
Copyright (C) 2005 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO
warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
> find /usr/include -name '*.h' | xargs grep x86_thread_state32_t
/usr/include/i386/ucontext.h: x86_thread_state32_t ss;
/usr/include/mach/i386/thread_status.h:typedef struct i386_thread_state
/usr/include/mach/i386/thread_status.h: ( sizeof
(x86_thread_state32_t) / sizeof (int) ))
eric moss wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 5, 2008 at 12:08 AM, Joubert Nel <joubert@...> wrote:
>> Hi Eric,
>> I recently installed SBCL 1.0.12 binary (available from Download
>> section on http://www.sbcl.org), and using it, compiled 1.0.15 without trouble.
>> Using Mac OS X v 10.5.2, XCode for GNU toolchain, etc.
>> Running on Macbook Pro, i.e. Intel Core 2 Duo.
>> What output do you get when you try to compile? Did you try to compile
>> newer versions via 1.0.11?
> I'm not at my machine right now, but as I remember, the complaints
> started at line 132 or 134 of x86-darwin-os.c, and the complaint was a
> "parse error before *" because the x86_thread_state32_t type was not
> defined. The other occurrences of that error were for the other types
> I defined in my original email.
> Once I added the code I first mentioned, 1.0.11 worked to produce
> 1.0.15 from source, but NOT w/o the added code.
> I'll see if I can update XCode w/o having to buy OS X 10.5 -- it's
> just too ironic to have to pay to use open-source. ;)
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