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Re: Mac OS X port of CLN

From: Richard B. Kreckel
Subject: Re: Mac OS X port of CLN
Date: Sun, 22 Feb 2004 17:19:18 -0600


On Fri, 20 Feb 2004, Paul Kienzle wrote:
> The symbol _R is causing problems.  Some header must be
> defining it as a constant.  I've replace _R with inR in:
>       modinteger/*.h
>       numtheory/

That's fixed along with the missing random source implementation in

> Now all the source compiles, but link fails with:
> d: cl_prin_globals.lo has external relocation entries in non-writable
> section (__TEXT,__StaticInit) for symbols:
> cl_module__cl_prin_globals__dtorend
> cl_module__cl_prin_globals__ctorend
> /usr/bin/libtool: internal link edit command failed
> Looking into this I've come across CL_PROVIDE and CL_PROVIDE_END
> which appear to require assembler and which are not defined for _ppc_.
> Somebody else will have to tackle this one.

Sure they are defined for __ppc__, see include/cln/modules.h.  Anyway, it
works on Linux on PPC.  The problem is with the linker on OS X.  As I
mentioned, somebody with good knowledge of the linker needs to fix this.

Richard B. Kreckel

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