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From: Mark Lippmann <mark.lippmann@gm...> - 2011-10-25 02:20:01
I'm running configure in .../clisp-2.49 and it seems to succeed. But,
neither make nor myself can find a Makefile.
./configure buildme --prefix=/mnt/local/gdrive/public/lippmann/libraries /
The buildme directory has many files, but no Makefile. I also can't find
config.lisp. I'm on a quad core AMD64. uname -rs gives me "Linux
I piped makemake > Makefile, and then ran make. make check-recompile
make check-tests failed:
RUN-TEST: started #<INPUT BUFFERED FILE-STREAM CHARACTER #P"streams.tst" @1>
make: *** [tests] Segmentation fault
make: Leaving directory
make: *** [check-tests] Error 2
Any help greatly appreciated. Please let me know if I can provide further
From: Sam Steingold <sds@gn...> - 2011-10-25 19:30:39
> * Mark Lippmann <znex.yvccznaa@...> [2011-10-24 22:19:54 -0400]:
> I'm running configure in .../clisp-2.49 and it seems to succeed. But,
> neither make nor myself can find a Makefile.
> ./configure buildme --prefix=/mnt/local/gdrive/public/lippmann/libraries /
> --with-libreadline-prefix=/mnt/local/gdrive/public/lippmann/libraries /
> --with-libsigsegv-prefix=/mnt/local/gdrive/public/lippmann/libraries /
> --with-libiconv-prefix=/mnt/local/gdrive/public/lippmann/libraries /
> --with-module=libsvm --with-module=rawsock
> The buildme directory has many files, but no Makefile. I also can't find
> config.lisp. I'm on a quad core AMD64. uname -rs gives me "Linux
you want to pass --cbc (configure-build-check) to ./configure above
> RUN-TEST: started #<INPUT BUFFERED FILE-STREAM CHARACTER #P"streams.tst" @1>
> make: *** [tests] Segmentation fault
if you observe the same on the hg head, please file a bug report.
there is a link to "How do I report bugs?" on <http://clisp.org/>
(I am not giving the actual link because I think you might find other
links on that page useful too).
Sam Steingold (http://sds.podval.org/) on Ubuntu 11.04 (natty) X 11.0.11004000
UNIX is as friendly to you as you are to it. Windows is hostile no matter what.