[Vm-dev] [OpenSmalltalk/opensmalltalk-vm] 195d84: makes squeak.cog.spur compile on OpenBSD 6.0
eliot.miranda at gmail.com
Sun Feb 26 01:42:15 UTC 2017
On Fri, Feb 24, 2017 at 7:26 AM, Petr Fischer <petr.fischer at me.com> wrote:
> > Hi!
> > > Hello, is there any short tutorial somewhere, how to build spur cog on
> > >
> > > Is it possible with llvm/clang? Or is gcc required? What is the best
> gcc version for comiling vm? 4, 5, 6?
> > > In mvm build scripts, there is gcc hardcoded :(
> > you don't have to use mvm. In my FreeBSD10.3 jail "gcc" (4.2.1) was used
> to compile the VM. When configuring/building just make sure -lexecinfo (in
> FreeBSD10) and -liconv (port) is in LIBS
> And what about all Pharo plugins - ssl, git, X+SDL/display, ft2 -
> everything is compiled and linked correctly as dynamic libraries?
> > > I have constant troubles with compiling pharo-vm/oscog on FreeBSD, I
> need to edit mvm scripts a little, there is linking problems, just
> > What do you need and what do you want to run on FreeBSD?
> I have some production servers on FreeBSD (baremetal or VPS), using ZFS
> intensively, also I am deploying sub-app-services separated in jails and
> sometimes I am virtualizing CentOS instances with bhyve. Everything is
> easy, compact, robust and secure - straightforward, pleasure to use as a
> server core for my services. I migrated out of Linux world, a dot (no
> I also created one web app (so far) for customer with
> Pharo+Seaside+REST+nginx recently (pleasure to develop in Pharo and future
> is bright!). I am running it with linux compatibility layer on FreeBSD
> (even 64bits) now and it works (as root, no way in jails for now), but this
> is insecure and not ideal, native (and jailed) will be just perfect.
> I also plan to develop more apps (web apps, "agendas", maybe some backends
> with REST etc etc) for potential customers and I just need to fine tune
> this killer combo (BSD+Smalltalk).
That sounds great. May I suggest you add build.freebsd32x86 and
build.freebsd64x64 along with suitable HowToBuilds?
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