current CVS guile-core doesn't build with srcdir != .

2001-11-03 Thread Ken Raeburn
Building the srfi subtree doesn't work because the .la files are created in the build tree, not the source tree. Ken Index: srfi/ === RCS file: /cvs/guile/guile-core/srfi/,v retrieving revision 1.13 diff -p

Re: MinGW port

2006-09-12 Thread Ken Raeburn
On Sep 9, 2006, at 14:14, Nils Durner wrote: Hi, first of all, sorry for the late reply. - execv (exec_file, exec_argv); + execv (exec_file, +#ifdef __MINGW32__ + (const char * const *) +#endif + exec_argv); Is the execv declaration (in some header file) part of mingw, or Windows? The

Re: Conflict with HDF5 libraries

2009-02-05 Thread Ken Raeburn
On Feb 4, 2009, at 12:21, Mark Patterson wrote: Hello, I've run into a conflict between guile (1.8.5) and HDF5 (1.8.1) on Fedora 10. I'll post on both mailing lists as I'm not sure who is in the best position to fix it. If they're not using package-specific prefixes on symbol names, I'd

can't configure --with-libgmp-prefix; header search order

2009-08-04 Thread Ken Raeburn
First, a minor nit: % ./configure --help | head -1 `configure' configures guile 1.9.0 to adapt to many kinds of systems. % ./configure --version | head -1 guile configure 1.9.0 % But I downloaded 1.9.1, not 1.9.0; the version number reported here is wrong. % ../configure --prefix=`pwd`/I

guile dlopen problems on Mac OS X

2009-08-04 Thread Ken Raeburn
After installing 1.9.1 on Mac OS X (10.5.7), and updating $PATH to point to the installation 'bin' directory: % guile-tools compile -o ack.go ack.scm ERROR: In procedure dynamic-link: ERROR: file: libguile-srfi-srfi-1-v-4, message: dlopen(libguile-, 9): image not found %

guile 1.9.1 crash trying to profile code

2009-08-04 Thread Ken Raeburn
% guile Guile Scheme interpreter 0.5 on Guile 1.9.1 Copyright (C) 2001-2008 Free Software Foundation, Inc. Enter `,help' for help. scheme@(guile-user) ,pr (cons 1 2) Backtrace: In ../../module/ice-9/boot-9.scm: 3364: 0* [top-repl] In unknown file: ?: 1* [dynamic-wind # # #] In

Re: guile dlopen problems on Mac OS X

2009-08-04 Thread Ken Raeburn
On Aug 4, 2009, at 15:22, Andy Wingo wrote: The correct suffix for dynamically-linked libraries on Mac OS X is .dylib. This is just a problem in the error message; the .so string comes from libltdl, not from Guile. If I adjust LD_LIBRARY_PATH but don't create the .so symlink, guile- tools

Re: can't configure --with-libgmp-prefix; header search order

2009-08-06 Thread Ken Raeburn
On Aug 4, 2009, at 15:17, Andy Wingo wrote: In config.log I see that it's not using the -L option when testing for __gmpz_init: I think I've fixed this. Can you pull from git and give it another go? Starting with the current git code, and fixing an autogen problem (on Mac OS X we want to

Re: [PATCH] fix jump-misses-init warnings

2009-09-14 Thread Ken Raeburn
On Sep 14, 2009, at 03:37, Ludovic Courtès wrote: Why does it help to move locals to the enclosing scope? I’d expect the opposite. Jumping over the initializer is a simpler analysis than used-before- set. It may also yield different results, if the goto that branches into the block and

Re: Mac OS X .dylib

2010-01-30 Thread Ken Raeburn
On Jan 30, 2010, at 09:41, Hans Aberg wrote: [I'm not on this list, so please cc me.] It seems guile-1.8.7 does not admit dynamic library file name extensions .dylib, but only .so, on Mac OS X (tried 10.5.8. PPC G4), despite the manual saying guile should adapt to local standards. The

Re: [bug #29574] VM stack overflows aren't properly handled [1.9.10]

2010-05-24 Thread Ken Raeburn
On May 22, 2010, at 11:55, Ludovic Courtès wrote: Please reply through the bug tracker The patch is there. I never doubted the presence of the patch, I was only a bit miffed as I work best offline. Oh right. If savannah's bug tracker doesn't have a

Re: Missing and out-of-date information in guile.1, the Guile man page

2011-01-19 Thread Ken Raeburn
On Jan 16, 2011, at 14:38, Mark Harig wrote: I'd say too OS-dependent; or more to do with how guile should be properly installed, than how to use it once it is installed. But on the other hand, I might be misunderstanding what you had in mind; if you'd like to propose some specific

Re: tmpfile leaks

2011-07-29 Thread Ken Raeburn
On Jul 29, 2011, at 12:04, Chris K. Jester-Young wrote: On Fri, Jul 29, 2011 at 09:07:43AM +0200, Andy Wingo wrote: What should we do here? There's two ways I can think of: 1. Basically reimplement the functionality of tmpfile, using mkstemp and unlink, passing the fd to