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Re: [Help-smalltalk] Building on Windows XP

From: Giuseppe Luigi Punzi
Subject: Re: [Help-smalltalk] Building on Windows XP
Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 18:40:02 +0200
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UI think the make clean didn't work because was generated from mingw or something like this, because doing all from Cygwin I can make clean.

I copied again de sources files and ./configure and make, from CygWin

./gst --no-user-files --kernel-dir="/cygdrive/e/Desarrollo/GST/cygtest/kernel" -
-image="/cygdrive/e/Desarrollo/GST/cygtest/" -iQ /dev/null
make[2]: *** [] Segmentation fault (core dumped) [Núcleo vaciado a un arch
make[2]: se sale del directorio `/cygdrive/e/Desarrollo/GST/cygtest'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: se sale del directorio `/cygdrive/e/Desarrollo/GST/cygtest'
make: *** [all] Error 2

address@hidden /cygdrive/e/Desarrollo/GST/cygtest
$ ./gst
gst           gst-tool.exe       gsticon.ico
gst-config         gst-tool           gst.exe      gst-tool.c         gst.exe.stackdump

address@hidden /cygdrive/e/Desarrollo/GST/cygtest
$ ./gst
Segmentation fault (core dumped)

address@hidden /cygdrive/e/Desarrollo/GST/cygtest

Giuseppe Luigi Punzi escribió:
Under Cygwin:
address@hidden /cygdrive/e/Desarrollo/GST/smalltalk-3.0b
$ make clean
.deps/gst-tool.Po:1: *** hay varios patrones de objetivos.  Alto.

address@hidden /cygdrive/e/Desarrollo/GST/smalltalk-3.0b


Paolo Bonzini escribió:
If I do it from cmd, a blank line appear, but the prompt appear again.

Can you try running scripts at least, for example

 echo 2 printNl >

The problem might be in the interface to the Windows console. Don't know for real though, I guess I really have to find someone who lends me a Windows machine for a while...

I did a make clean, and compiled again. The "make check" works until, and then freeze. I cancelled after 4 minutes aprox.

That's not a problem. You are using Smalltalk LargeIntegers (not primitives) and that's very slow. Don't worry about that.


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