On Thu, Aug 11, 2011 at 4:42 AM, Ron Thomas <the.ront@gmail.com> wrote:
I have been trying to build ECL under OS X 10.7 and I have been
running into trouble. When I try building it I end up getting a
segfault on the ecl_min stage (similar to the one that Mike sent an
email out at the end of July).

There are a variety of problems. When ECL is built with gcc it uses a jump table to optimize the compiler. See for instance http://www.usenix.org/event/jvm01/gagnon/gagnon_html/node4.html
Now Apple is using LLVM as the internal compiler for GCC and ECL insists on using it but llvm fails to compile to code properly.

Once this table is removed, though, other problems persist, but are difficult to track -- not reproducible inside the debugger :-/ Will keep investigating.


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