[Stackless] [Build Problems] stackless from cvs on cygwin
tismer at stackless.com
Sat Mar 13 04:18:49 CET 2004
Stefan Drees wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 11, 2004 at 08:45:13PM +0100 - a wonderful day - Christian Tismer wrote:
>>Stefan Drees wrote:
>>>On Thu, Mar 11, 2004 at 11:08:35AM +0100 - a wonderful day - Christian
>>>Last invocation after make clean; ./configure --without-thread; make
>>Ok, you are right, it was an oversight when porting to
>>2.3. I have special treatment for slp_transfer.c, since
>>I need so set some additional flags.
>>Unfortunally, they invented a new flag variable for
>>Python that simplifies all the build instructions
>>slightly. I didn't recognize, and so I wass missing
>>yet another option which was in the new variable.
>>So the patch was actually almost nothing, although
>>it took hours to find out.
>>Still using --without-thread
>>but I don't know if it works without this option,
>>too. My laptop is soooo slow...
> Well my Mobile Pentium 1.8 GHz tried after a fresh cvs -z3 upd
> since arround 21:15 CET different variations all ending up
> in, well (probably patch not checked in?)
> Last try was:
> make clean && make distclean && ./configure --without-threads &&
> yielding the following warnings and finally bailing out:
> undefined reference to `_fdatasync'
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> make: *** [libpython2.3.dll.a] Error 1
> Sorry for the wrapped-around lines.
> I will try another cvs upd later this evening.
Hmmm. This I've never seen. I suggest to do a fresh check-out
and try again. My build works quite nicely, even after a new
check-out of slpdev/src/2.3/sprint today.
> Hm, by the way could you send me some of the wednesday evening
> (fresh) stackless for dummies/starters/sprinters material so i can
> enjoy the otherwise "icy" ICE-4-hr-train-ride to berlin with some
> oldfashioned stacked printout ;?)
(Un)fortunately I didn't prepare any persistent material
but the video recordings that Lutz has captured. I'm really
curious to watch this stuff, later. We will most probably
create some downloadable digests of various sessions
which might be tutorial-like.
I have to say that I'm incredibly impressed of how much
productive this sprint already was after just three out
of five days.
I'd like to have the next sprint ASAP -- chris :-)
Christian Tismer :^) <mailto:tismer at stackless.com>
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