It's also quite possible that this is part of the inherent flakiness
of the x86/darwin part at this point. I saw some sporadic contrib
failures, before I became obsessed with the underlying cause of the
As for the binary, I'm reluctant to let this out into the wild to
folks who aren't brave enough to do their own cross-compile until I
resolve the x86/darwin issue. Stop by #lisp for details if you're
interested. I'll try to write something about it in the next day or
so if I don't have a positive resolution, which looks tantalizingly
close yet increasingly unlikely.
On Mar 13, 2006, at 9:19 PM, Nikodemus Siivola wrote:
> "Li Lin" <guru.lin@...> writes:
>> I finally did a rebuild the whole sbcl package using make.sh on my
>> intel Mac using the sbcl excutable and core image geneated by cross
> Uh oh.
> While it is certainly good to hear that yo got hings working, this
> like we're leaking something from host to target in the build.
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