Hi again,On 29/05/2013 18:53, Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll wrote:
On Wed, May 29, 2013 at 6:10 PM, William Hounslow <email@example.com> wrote:
Can a truly standalone program be created? If not, how to ensure that the end user can deploy the output binary in a location of their choice?
Apart from what you have been told, ECL can be built in statically linked mode with --disable-shared. In this case, standalone executables should be linked against a statically linked version of the library. But I personally find the other solution (deliver executable with the ECL library) preferable (and more compliant with LGPL).
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I rebuilt ECL as suggested, deleted the old binary, evaluated (ext:install-c-compiler) and was able to get the hoped-for statically linked program.
Now I need to change something and recompile.
The initial problem was something to do with an unexpected rubout character in the FASL (I don't have a record of this unfortunately). I then tried deleting the ASDF cache to force a total recompilation. Now I get:Condition of type: CASE-FAILURE
What is wrong?
Thanks in anticipation,