> Hi,
>
> I just downloaded the testing version of Pico Lisp, and tried Mansur's
> Makefile patch, just modified for Mac/Darwin:
>
> ---
>     OS = Darwin
> -  PICOLISP-FLAGS = -m32 -rdynamic -lc -lm -ldl
> +  PICOLISP-FLAGS = -m32 -rdynamic
>     DYNAMIC-LIB-FLAGS = -m32 -shared -export-dynamic
> +  LIBS = -lc -lm -ldl
>     STRIP = :
> .
> $(bin)/picolisp: $(picoFiles:.c=.o)
>     mkdir -p $(bin) $(lib)
> -  gcc -o $(bin)/picolisp$(exe) $(PICOLISP-FLAGS) $(picoFiles:.c=.o)
> +  gcc -o $(bin)/picolisp$(exe) $(PICOLISP-FLAGS) $(picoFiles:.c=.o)
> $(LIBS)
>     $(STRIP) $(bin)/picolisp$(exe)
>
> ---
>
> This seemed to work OK on my Intel Mac (OSX 10.5.8). I've spotted no
> problem this far. Maybe I should run a complete test ... How do I do it?

I think I found out. It reports an error, but I don't think it's related
to Mansur's Makefile patch ...

$ ./p lib/test.l
((pack (pwd) '/))
[test/src/main.l:58] NIL -- fail
?

I get the same results when I run this test on an older Pico Lisp (2.3.7).
What's the problem here?

/Jon

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