[Vm-dev] Compiling squeak-vm for Linux 64bit
whaevr at archlinux.us
Mon Mar 16 21:54:27 UTC 2009
Alright thanks guys for the suggestions, I re-did my pkgbuild. When I did an
svn-checkout and was able to compile it just fine. I even used the same
configure line as last time.
./unix/config/configure --prefix=/usr --without-quartz --with-x
I also got my tarball from the link that Bert said in his email, I don't
know why, but it just worked this time..
Waiting for it to re-compile now with my pkgbuild then I'll install it and
try and run etoys again.
Sorry I haven't said anything for two days!
On Sun, Mar 15, 2009 at 8:30 PM, David T. Lewis <lewis at mail.msen.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 15, 2009 at 02:57:25PM +0100, Bert Freudenberg wrote:
> > On 15.03.2009, at 14:54, David T. Lewis wrote:
> > >
> > >Pat, can you clarify where you obtained the source code for version
> > >3.10-4? I am assuming that you are using sources that contain support
> > >for OLPC, but I'm not sure if you are getting them directly from the
> > >Subversion repository or from some other site. I want to try to
> > >reproduce
> > >the problem on my PC if possible.
> > I told Pat to use the official sources, so this should be the tarball
> > from
> > http://squeakvm.org/unix/
> > We have merged the olpc branch into the trunk, there are no special
> > OLPC sources anymore.
> I downloaded the tarball and built from the platforms/unix/src source
> files. The attached log file (typescript.gz) shows what I did, and the
> resulting output from configure and make.
> There were no issues with the build (other than compiler warnings that
> I expect from many of the plugins), and the resulting VM is functional.
> That said, you don't want to try using sound sound (which crashes the VM)
> or FFI (which needs the fixes on Mantis 7237).
> Pat, can you please have a look at the attached typescript.gz file and
> see if there is something different about the way you are doing the
> Clearly the sound support is going to need some work. This is actually
> the first time I have loaded the sound libraries on my Linux laptop,
> so I had not previously looked into this. There was some earlier
> discussion about this on the list, although I don't recall if anything
> was resolved.
> Various other plugins that may be needed for EToys/OLPC are going to
> need some work for 64-bit systems. But for what it's worth, the base
> VM compiles and runs fine when built from the platforms/unix/src files
> in the tarball.
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