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Re: [Chicken-users] Problem with static compile

From: Eric Merritt
Subject: Re: [Chicken-users] Problem with static compile
Date: Sun, 28 Aug 2005 12:08:51 -0700


  Thanks for the quick response, I still have a few questions,
however, I can wait a few days.  I expect that the example will
probably answer most of my questions. Don't put yourself out to much
though. I only worked on this particular problem to learn about static
compilation with chicken.

On 8/28/05, felix winkelmann <address@hidden> wrote:
> On 8/28/05, Eric Merritt <address@hidden> wrote:
> > I am having a problem trying to get a small example program to compile
> > statically. This seems to follow the what is shown in the wiki. This
> > is just a simple test program, I am more interested in how to
> > statically compile a program that makes use of eggs. Following is the
> > output from my attempts.
> >
> >
> >
> > % csc main.scm -static -uses srfi-17 -uses bb
> >
> > main.o(.text+0x60d): In function `f_31':
> > /home/emerritt/small-1.0/src/main.c:139: undefined reference to
> > `C_srfi_17_toplevel'
> > main.o(.text+0x6b9): In function `f_34':
> > /home/emerritt/small-1.0/src/main.c:151: undefined reference to 
> > `C_bb_toplevel'
> > collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> > *** Shell command terminated with exit status 1: gcc -o main main.o
> > /home/emerritt/local/lib/libchicken.a -L/home/emerritt/local/lib
> > -Wl,-R/home/emerritt/local/lib -static  -ldl -lm
> >
> You have to compile and link units for bb and srfi-17.
> Since bb needs a couple of extra options and additional files,
> a bit of fiddling is required. The best is to take a look at the
> bb.setup and srfi-17.setup files and continue from the to
> compile the different parts. The `-extension' option can also
> be used to simplify the process (slightly).
> If you can wait one or two days, I can provide you with a complete
> example, ok?
> cheers,
> felix

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