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Re: Updated: clisp-2.44-1 for cygwin
- From: Reini Urban <rurban at x-ray dot at>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 07 Feb 2008 07:28:22 +0100
- Subject: Re: Updated: clisp-2.44-1 for cygwin
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Mark Harig schrieb:
Reini Urban wrote:
I've released the new upstream clisp-2.44 plus subpackages -clx, -gtk2
and -gdi for cygwin.
7 - Major bugfixes
./configure --fsstnd=redhat --with-dynamic-ffi \
--with-module=rawsock --with-module=dirkey \
--with-module=bindings/win32 --with-module=berkeley-db \
--with-module=pcre --with-module=postgresql \
--with-module=fastcgi --with-module=zlib \
--with-module=gdbm --with-module=libsvm \
--prefix=/usr --build build
User visible changes
* CLISP does not come with GNU libffcall anymore.
This is now a separate package and should be installed separately.
Pass --with-libffcall-prefix to the top-level configure if it is not
installed in a standard place.
Option --with-dynamic-ffi is now replaced with --with-ffcall.
There appears to be a contradiction between the Cygwin announcement
and the upstream clisp announcement. The upstream announcement states
that the configuration option '--with-dynamic-ffi' has been replaced by
the option '--with-ffcall', but the Cygwin announcement states that the
no-longer-supported '--with-dynamic-ffi' configuration option was used.
I couldn't get it with --with-ffcall to find the ffcall libs on my build
machine, --with-dynamic-ffi works still fine. On my development laptop
--with-ffcall worked okay.
The end product is the same.
Does the Cygwin announcement merely contain a typo (i.e., the new
option was, in fact, used, but not described correctly), or was the
Cygwin clisp package configured incorrectly, using the old option?
If it is the latter, then this might explain the fact that 'cygcheck'
that it cannot find 'cygfcgi-0.dll' for
[version] is either 2.43 or 2.44).
cygfcgi-0.dll should have been pulled in by libfcgi0 in the require
line. Accidently I added ffcall and not libfcgi0 there.
This is wrong. ffcall is just a build time requirement, not run-time.
I've uploaded a fixed clisp setup.hint now.
To work with clisp -K full you need to install fastcgi
and install a temp. libpq5-8.2.5 I just uploaded now.
Download and Reinstall clisp should work, until I up the release number
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