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[Help-smalltalk] Re: Compiling gst with mingw32

From: Cesar Rabak
Subject: [Help-smalltalk] Re: Compiling gst with mingw32
Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2007 23:48:42 -0300

> Message: 3
> Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2007 06:29:45 +0200
> From: Paolo Bonzini <address@hidden>
> Subject: [Help-smalltalk] Re: Compiling gst with mingw32
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> Cesar Rabak wrote:
> > After some years used to run GNU smalltalk in Linux boxes, I've come
> > to a job where workstations and the products are Microsoft Windows.
> >
> > So I'm trying to produce an installable package for Windows.
> 2.3.6 should work; 2.95d will before becoming 3.0 but not yet, as you
> found out.
I downloaded 2.3.6 extracted and fired configure.

Same results...

> > I would surmise that configure machinery would find a way around (in
> > fact it would have to find ways around mkstemp, ftruncate, strsep,
> > etc.), or no?
> Yes, in lib-src there are ports for many of these functions.

This is the mystery: up to the error in compiling interp.c, the
lib-src already have the port of functions compiled!

The issue appears to be that no header file is generated by configure
to have prototypes for those functions.

So when prims.def is included, gcc barfs at "implicit declaration of
function ..." and non existent macros like "ENOTSOCK" generate errors
stopping the build process.


Cesar Rabak

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