On Thu, Sep 1, 2011 at 12:54 AM, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de> wrote:
> Hi Amit,
> thanks for the fixes!
> I've put them into "src64/sys/x86-64.openBsd.defs.l" so far, and made a
> new release.
>> SIGIO is a killer, on Linux it is equivalent to SIGPOLL but its BSD
>> thing which was copied over by Linux, and is not POSIX...
> Yes, the same problem was with SunOS, iirc. It is used only by the
> 'sigio' function, and not really mission-critical.
>> I hope they are good. Is there a regress suite which I can run to
>> catch any missed problems? :-)
> Yes, now to the interesting part :)
> We should find out if it (partially or all) works.
> If you have build "bin/picolisp", you could first run the interpreter
> to see if anything works:
> $ (cd src64; make)
> $ ./pil +
Running into compile problems... somewhat similar to what Renaud
reported today in the oneiirc thread. I will detail it later tomorrow.