Subject: Re: clisp build fail.
To: Christos Zoulas <email@example.com>
From: Paul (NCC/CS). <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/22/2006 12:39:54
Ok:) no worries,
actually i have now built ecl, so i have a lisp interpreter.
Building clisp is now academic, but i've got the bug!:)
Doing these things often gets me more into NetBSD than the
original intention, which was to just run a little bit of lisp.
I am curious if the compiler is actually buggy on sparc,
or if my hardware is a bit old and flakey, and is to blame.
Like what causes this:
the second line is looking like a bit got flipped.
or maybe several.
In years gone by i have also had trouble building Lisp
and Valery has helped me out. But I think it was something
as simple as ulimits back then.
Christos Zoulas wrote:
> On Jun 22, 11:05am, email@example.com ("Paul (NCC/CS).") wrote:
> -- Subject: Re: clisp build fail.
> | "Paul (NCC/CS)" wrote:
> | hey Christos,
> | don't forget me,
> | we were just getting somewhere:)
> I am here! I am just trying to figure out how to revive my sparc box so I
> can build a binary package for you. But if someone has the hardware available
> and can build a package for you, it should be fine.
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