Making 64bit development version fails

2014-01-21 Thread Thorsten Jolitz
Hi List, I just tried to update PicoLisp after reinstalling Archlinux and get this error with the current development version: ,- | $ LC_ALL=C make | make: execvp: as: Not a directory | Makefile:123: recipe for target

Re: Making 64bit development version fails

2014-01-21 Thread Pedro Gomes
Hi Thorsten, I tryed on my Ubuntu 12.04 and it worked. Maybe you need to create the bin directory,because I removed the bin directory on my box, rebuilt from scratch it also issued the following error. /usr/bin/ld: cannot open output file ../bin/picolisp: No such file or directory collect2: ld

Re: Making 64bit development version fails

2014-01-21 Thread Henrik Sarvell
The reinstalling makes me believe that maybe you don't have either Java or some version of PL already installed? If I remember correctly you need one or the other to build the 64bit version. On Tue, Jan 21, 2014 at 6:48 PM, Pedro Gomes azynhe...@gmail.com wrote: Hi Thorsten, I tryed on my

Re: Making 64bit development version fails

2014-01-21 Thread Thorsten Jolitz
Pedro Gomes azynhe...@gmail.com writes: Hi Pedro, I tryed on my Ubuntu 12.04 and it worked. Maybe you need to create the bin directory,because I removed the bin directory on my box, rebuilt from scratch it also issued the following error. /usr/bin/ld: cannot open output file

Re: Making 64bit development version fails

2014-01-21 Thread Pedro Gomes
Hi Thorsten, Maybe there are 2 problems, one is the directory and the other is probably what Henrik suggested. Check your Java installation. If I remove (temporarly) my java symlink I get the following error: ./ersatz/pil: 5: exec: java: not found make: *** [x86-64.linux.base.s] Error 127 Issue

Re: Making 64bit development version fails

2014-01-21 Thread Thorsten Jolitz
Pedro Gomes azynhe...@gmail.com writes: Hi Pedro, Hi Henrik, you were right, my brandnew Archlinux was still very basic, I figured out I have to install fundamental libraries like 'binutils' (for 'as') and 'gcc' first - I took their existance for granted. After that compilation works. Thanks