[Vm-dev] image install of ubuntu 64-bit has an issue
robert.w.withers at gmail.com
Thu Oct 22 02:55:24 UTC 2015
On 10/21/2015 10:45 PM, David T. Lewis wrote:
> To be clear, this refers to the traditional interpreter VM, which can be
> used for Squeak images through Squeak 4.6, but cannot be used for the new
> Spur image format that we are using for Squeak 5.0 and for new development
> in Squeak trunk.
> That said, the instructions for building a VM are here:
> This will give you at matched set of VMs that can run 32 or 64 bit images
> on your 32 bit host platform.
> A reasonably recent Squeak image traced to a 64-bit object format is here:
> I confess that I have not actually tried this on a 32-bit platform in the
> last several years, but hopefully it still works. Let me know if it does not.
Thanks for the information, Dave. Do I understand that this image is a
64-bit, Squeak 4.6 image?
I was thinking spurstack64src was a way to build a 32-bit binary, 64-bit
host VM. I generated from the SpurVMMaker image and built another target
under build.linux32x86. It blew up compiling gcc3x-interp.c:
internal compiler error: in assign_by_spills, at lra-assigns.c:1281
So from what you've said here, I'm not doing the right thing trying to
compile this am I?
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