[Openmcl-devel] Building OpenMCL from cvs
gekki_uk at hotmail.com
Thu Jul 22 11:53:33 EDT 2004
>From: Marco Baringer <mb at bese.it>
>Thom Goodsell <tgg at mac.com> writes:
> > I'm running into a few problems and thought that getting the freshest
> > from CVS might help. I'm getting frustrated, however, trying to build
> > the latest version. Could someone take two minutes and give me the
> > barebones instructions? That is, what should I do to get from
> > "$ cvs -d :pserver:cvs at clozure.com:/usr/local/tmpcvs/ccl-0.14-dev login
> > # <enter "cvs" when prompted for a password>
> > $ cvs -d
> > :pserver:cvs at clozure.com:/usr/local/tmpcvs/ccl-0.14-dev get
> > ccl"
> > to
> > "8: ~ % openmcl
> > Welcome to OpenMCL Version (Alpha: Darwin) 0.14-<latest>!
> > ? "
>going from memory:
>0) cd to the directory containing the cvs source
>1) build the kernel
>$ cd ccl/lisp-kernel/darwin
>$ cd ../../
>$ export CCL_DEFAULT_DIRECTORY=`pwd`
Also from memory...
As a safety thing either temporily rename your openmcl.lisp startup file, or
$ openmcl -n
my openmcl.lisp has a number of options to do with saving doc strings that
aren't all that welcome at this stage, and this has tripped me up before.
>Welcome to OpenMCL ....
>? (ccl:xload-level-0 :force)
>? (ccl:compile-ccl t)
>$ ./dppccl ppc-boot
>? (ccl:save-application "dppccl.image")
>you'll now have a kernel and heap image from the latest sources.
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