From: Devon Sean McCullough <lisp-hacker@Jovi.Net> - 2005-06-26 09:12:36
PPC MacOS 10.4 clisp-2.33.2 fails to compile,
both pure out-of-the-box and DarwinPorts clisp.
Two bugs are revealed and a workaround is presented.
undefined symbols in streams.c
undefined symbols at link time
Perhaps HAVE_READLINE is wrongly defined
because ./configure is confused about readline?
Fails to specify CFLAGS with -DNO_READLINE
perhaps it should also undef HAVE_READLINE?
Build as directed in unix/INSTALL
and the unix/PLATFORMS MacOS section
but after ./makemake and before make,
add -DNO_READLINE to the CFLAGS variable
in the automatically generated Makefile
despite the "do not edit" warning there.
PS: out-of-the-box libsigsegv also fails to compile
but if you don't mind the risk of some third party
package mangler botching your MacOS, in Terminal ...
$ sudo bash
# cvs -d :pserver:anonymous@...:/Volumes/src/cvs/od login
# cvs -d :pserver:anonymous@...:/Volumes/src/cvs/od co -P darwinports
# cd darwinports/base
# make install
# port selfupdate
# port install libsigsegv
# port install readline
# port install clisp
... should work but is slow and broken.
If you get it to work, please tell how.
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