Sorry, previous two letters from me seems to be broken
I found this:
Maybe the problem is with system headers, that are not 32bit aware on FreeBSD
I will try other ways.
Btw, what about x64 version of picoLisp on FreeBSD? Is this possible and how I
can help with it?
Вторник, 1 января 2013, 9:19 +01:00 от Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de>:
> Hi Mansur,
> > Happy New year to all!
> A happy New Year to you, and to all readers! :)
> > but I get runtime errors:
> > [/root/.pil/history:1] File lock: Invalid argument
> This must be the fcntl() call in lockFile() (in "src/io.c"). It gets
> passed the constant arguments F_SETLKW and F_RDLCK. What might be goes
> wrong here?
> > # ./pil app/main.l -main -go
> > DB write: Invalid argument
> > ...
> > -rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 2885162388670120960 Jan 1 11:57 1 <-------
> > Look at file size:
> It seems that the runtime system can't handle 64-bit file offsets.
> When a PicoLisp database is created, the first two blocks are written.
> In case of the demo application, the first DB file has a block size (see
> "app/er.l") of 512 bytes:
> (3 +Role +User +Sal) # 512 Prevalent objects
> Thus, two blocks have a size of 1024 bytes, which is 0x400 in hex. If we
> look at the above file size
> : (hex 2885162388670120960)
> -> "280A27E800000400"
> we see that the upper 32 bits of the size contain garbage. This
> indicates that either 'off_t' isn't 64-bits wide, or the library can't
> handle 64-bit file offsets.
> ♪♫ Alex
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