[Vm-dev] StackVM builds for RaspberryPi
jeremy.kajikawa at gmail.com
Sun Jul 21 00:29:13 UTC 2013
My limited understanding is that LSD and LD both read the compiled results
ELF/PE or other format header information for the imported functions list
which in the elf & PR/coff cases have library strings for naming what to
open to complete the relocation bindings.
I'm currently working my way through variations of this trying to decide
which is a good implementation target...
I'll refrain from discussing details as that apparently reads too
abstracted for others... on this and other lists
On Jul 21, 2013 8:55 AM, "Casey Ransberger" <casey.obrien.r at gmail.com>
> It's for fetching some text with a list of library dependencies for a
> particular program (squeak.) Why it's not responding with any knowledge is
> unfortunately beyond my experience. The man page for ldd tells me nothing
> at all about how it acquires it's knowledge or where it keeps said
> Well, at least it compiles and installs? Har har har.
> On Sat, Jul 20, 2013 at 4:49 PM, tim Rowledge <tim at rowledge.org> wrote:
>> On 20-07-2013, at 4:43 PM, Casey Ransberger <casey.obrien.r at gmail.com>
>> > I have some kind of config problem, I think. The build seemed to go
>> smoothly, the sudo install didn't complain, but whenever I run the VM I get
>> an error "Can't infer base LD_LIBRARY_PATH" and I've not seen that error as
>> far as I can recall. I note that I don't have that in my environment. I
>> tried adding it (and sourcing) to .profile, setting it to /usr/local/lib
>> (seems a reasonable guess?) but that didn't help.
>> > I also (I think only once) saw the "/usr/bin/ldd didn't produce any
>> output. Can't infer base LD_LIBRARY_PATH. Aborting." error.
>> Sounds like an Eliot question to me. I never saw that one in my path
>> towards buildvana. I would have to guess that 'ldd' is either mispelt lsd
>> or something like 'large disk dump', like 'dd' is 'disk dump'. Unix program
>> names are *so* helpfully mnemonic.
>> tim Rowledge; tim at rowledge.org; http://www.rowledge.org/tim
>> A low level language is one whose programs require attention to the
> Casey Ransberger
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