--- Christophe Rhodes <csr21@...> wrote:
> Joost Kremers <joostkremers@...> writes:
> > those are the ones i followed, but they do no seem to work for my
> > particular situation, because sbcl builds for Darwin when i set
> > SBCL_ARCH to 'ppc'. the instructions don't say how to specify the
> > target OS, and the make-config script even suggests that you cannot
> > set it manually. i was just wondering if there is something i'm
> > overlooking.
> Good point. The cheap hack is, once make-config has run on both
> machines, to edit local-target-features.lisp-expr on the host,
> ignoring the dire warnings, to have :linux rather than :darwin (and
> any possible :bsd). (The target system's
> local-target-features.lisp-expr should be correct).
there are also a couple of symlinks in .../sbcl-<version>/runtime which point
to architecture-dependent files, which should be changed, i think?
anyway, i decided to use openmcl instead of doing the cross-compilation, and
that worked out fine. also gives me an extra lisp-system to test my code on.
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