[Stackless] How to install stackless on OpenBSD
lloyd at fusion.net.nz
Thu Mar 1 21:25:31 CET 2007
Sounds like you have the same problem I had on linux awhile ago. It
seems some of the build files are checked in with Windows line
endings ( hence the ^M ). Best way to fix this I found was to run
something like "fromdos" over the entire stackless directory
structure after downloading/checking it out.
The shipped configure should then work correctly.
Why SVN keeps the Windows line endings I have no idea :(
On 2/03/2007, at 5:45 AM, Milos Negovanovic wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 01, 2007 at 10:59:50PM +1300, Lloyd Weehuizen wrote:
>> Hi Jetrix
>> Download the latest tarball from the Stackless site, or if you're
>> feeling adventurous, checkout the latest source from svn. It should
>> then be a simple matter of running ./configure and make.
> that method doesn't exactly work on NetBSD. Last stackless i managed
> to compile on NetBSD was 2.4.3 some 6 months ago.
> ./Modules/makesetup: syntax error: `in^M' unexpected
> mv: rename config.c to Modules/config.c: No such file or directory
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