Re: Installation on PowerPC Mac running OS X 10.411

2009-09-20 Thread Kyle Vandale
Hello all, I wanted to give an update and let everyone know I have had some success: Alex was correct I did not have gcc loaded. Originally I had Xcode on this machine and forgot I had done an OS X reinstall. (I am embarrassed about that. My background is embedded programming with a

Re: Installation on PowerPC Mac running OS X 10.411

2009-09-20 Thread Alexander Burger
Hello Kyle, So there are some things I must adjust; but I decided in the meantime to take Jon Kleiser's advice and install an earlier version - picoLisp-2.3.0. Success!!! Now I get to investigate pico Lisp while I work on the above. This is strange. I'd be very much interested why

Re: Installation on PowerPC Mac running OS X 10.411

2009-09-15 Thread Alexander Burger
Hi Boh Yap, mac. The 1st thing to do is to have the Developer CD that came with the Mac installed. All the compilers and build tools are in there. In ... Thanks for the info! have tried the 64bit picolisp, but won't compile on my 10.5.7. Yep, this does not work yet. The problem is to find

Re: Installation on PowerPC Mac running OS X 10.411

2009-09-14 Thread Alexander Burger
Hi Kyle, welcome to the mailing list! I am having a bit of a problem installing picolisp on a PowerPC Mac running OS X 10.411. Here is the command line output after running the make command. I'm afraid I'm not of much help, as I don't have a Mac myself. I was hoping that some of the Mac

Re: Installation on PowerPC Mac running OS X 10.411

2009-09-14 Thread Henrik Sarvell
For what it's worth I think I once just simply copied the picolisp executable that I had compiled in Ubuntu Feisty (observe no later versions of Ubuntu will work as the GCC is broken on them) to a Mac and it simply ran it without any problems. /Henrik On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 11:09 AM, Alexander

Re: Installation on PowerPC Mac running OS X 10.411

2009-09-14 Thread Alexander Burger
On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 11:43:31AM +0200, Henrik Sarvell wrote: ... just simply copied the picolisp executable that I had compiled in Ubuntu Feisty ... to a Mac and it simply ran it without any problems. But Kyle has a PowerPC Mac. Does it emulate x86 instructions? -- UNSUBSCRIBE:

Re: Installation on PowerPC Mac running OS X 10.411

2009-09-14 Thread Alexander Burger
On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 11:43:31AM +0200, Henrik Sarvell wrote: executable that I had compiled in Ubuntu Feisty (observe no later versions of Ubuntu will work as the GCC is broken on them) to a Mac I didn't watch the gcc-situation for a while, but I compiled PicoLisp repeatedly on current

Re: Installation on PowerPC Mac running OS X 10.411

2009-09-14 Thread Henrik Sarvell
PowerPc, is that the old Motorola CPU architecture? If so then no, the one I copied to was definitely an Intel machine. Ubuntu current version Do you mean 9.04 by that? /Henrik On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 12:00 PM, Alexander Burger a...@software-lab.de wrote: On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 11:43:31AM

Re: Installation on PowerPC Mac running OS X 10.411

2009-09-14 Thread rand
Hi All, I sent a detailed message this morning to the list, but apparently from an = email address that I was not subscribed and the list server tossed it (corr= ect so). I'll resend it tonight when I have access to my computer aga= in. I don't think that picolisp will run on the PowerPC without

Re: Installation on PowerPC Mac running OS X 10.411

2009-09-14 Thread Alexander Burger
Hi Randall, in.nbsp; I don't think that picolisp will run on the PowerPC without some = work and I think no one has tried itBR I think it used to run without problems, when Rick Hanson sent me the 'make' parameters back in 2006. Only the 64-bit version (in assembly) will not run, as an

Re: Installation on PowerPC Mac running OS X 10.411

2009-09-14 Thread Jon Kleiser
Hi, The latest Pico Lisp I have built on my PowerPC Mac (w/10.4.11), seems to be picoLisp-2.3.0. /Jon Hello, I am having a bit of a problem installing picolisp on a PowerPC Mac running OS X 10.411. Here is the command line output after running the make command.

Re: Installation on PowerPC Mac running OS X 10.411

2009-09-14 Thread rand
Kyle, The GCC compiler is contained in a package called "xcode". Cheers, - Rand = -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picol...@software-lab.de?subject=unsubscribe

Re: Installation on PowerPC Mac running OS X 10.411

2009-09-14 Thread Boh Yap
hi all, I have compile picolisp 2.3.x (at least 2.3.3 or later..) on a PPC mac. The 1st thing to do is to have the Developer CD that came with the Mac installed. All the compilers and build tools are in there. In your case, it can't find gcc, so that might be the problem. If you bought yr Mac