[Stackless] Re: Stackless alpha for X86/Linux

jkn at alembis.co.uk jkn at alembis.co.uk
Mon Mar 4 18:52:39 CET 2002

Hello All
    I'm embarrassed to admit my problems with building Stackless under Linux, since it shows just how little I've done on this yet, but never mind ...

I'm running SuSE Linux 7.1 (Kernel 2.4.0 on Athlon), and have checked out the complete Stackless tree successfully. I can run './configure' fine, and 'make' successfully onvokes gccto build 'many' file OK. However I've getting a compilation error on ceval.c, which indicates that


is not defined when Stackless/stacklesseval.h is #include'd

[sorry, I haven't got the error messages on this machine].

I've started tracing through this, but I have the feeling that there's a part of TFM that's either missing, or I've not read.

I managed to get it sompiled under MSVC 6.0, so I'm not a total idiot ;-). And I even remembered to check the unix version out with LF only ;-).

A further point - Christian mentions:
Please make sure to uncomment stackless at the end of
Modules/Setup. Otherwise you will have the Stackless
behavior (recursion etc), but no access to tasklets.	

 - but I see no reference to stackless there!

Thanks for any pointers, before I 'fix' stuff in my own clumsy fashion...

    Jon Nicoll

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