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[Axiom-developer] RE: [Gcl-devel] hascategory bug

From: Bill Page
Subject: [Axiom-developer] RE: [Gcl-devel] hascategory bug
Date: Sun, 20 Jul 2003 16:01:50 -0400

Tim, Cam,

Two weeks ago I built Axiom on RedHat 8.0 from the tenkan CVS.
After changing the hard coded paths, I also compiled debugsys
and did not receive any errors regarding macros.lisp. I am
able to replace interpsys with debugsys and things work fine
(except a little more verbose and a lot slower). The increased
output of the compiler lets you see more clearly where the
stack overflow begins. I played a little bit more, adding some
of the missing depencencies in the makefile.pamphlet but since
I still don't know enough about how things work and very little
about debugging in lisp, I have given it up for now.

Tim, your recent message containing a few hints on how to use
debugsys will probably help a lot, so I may give it a fresh start
when I get back to my test setup tomorrow evening.

Bill Page.

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> Debugsys is supposed to be built as a side-effect of the 
> original make. Since I'm the only one who has used it so far 
> I haven't seen any 
> problems but now I see that it has hard-coded pathnames. You 
> need to change the pathnames to 
> "/fix/s/camm/axiom/axiom1/new/new/..." and I need to change 
> the lisp code to call a function which returns the current 
> pathname. Debugsys.lisp.pamphlet contains the captured commands 
> that build an Axiom system. 
> I'm unaware of any problems with macros.lisp. The axiom build 
> loads the macros into the system before compiles happen.
> I'll check for the macro table warning but I don't recall 
> ever seeing it. I'll have to rebuild the system so I'll get 
> back to you after I check the rebuild.
> The "EXIT is being redefined" message has been fixed by your 
> patch which removed EXIT from the common lisp. I have applied 
> the patch here but have not yet uploaded the patch.
> There are a couple of duplicate function definitions and I 
> have it on my list of things to fix. I have to compare the 
> definition and uses of the functions to see how they might 
> have changed and which definition might be correct.
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