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Re: kcl

>> I would like to install kcl on a NeXT 3.0.
>> Compiling created following errors:

KCL doesn't run on NeXT, but AKCL does.

AKCL for NeXT is available from rascal.ics.utexas.edu ( as:

	* pub/NeXT-akcl-1-615.tar.Z

It contains NeXT-specific files to get AKCL 615 run under NeXT 2.X.
To make the whole system, you also need:

	* pub/kcl.tar.Z
	* pub/akcl-1-615.tar.Z

To install the AKCL on NeXT 3.0, see below:

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Subject: Re: AKCL and NeXTstep 3.0
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I have recompiled AKCL (version 615 or so) under NeXT 3.0 and
it works fine.  I had to make two changes:

In akcl/c/NeXTUnixsave.c, the declaration:

  extern struct section *getsectbyname(char *, char *);

causes a fatal compiler error.  The new declaration
(in /NextDeveloper/Headers/bsd/lib.h) is:

  /* getsecbyname(3)	*/
  extern const struct section *getsectbyname(
	 const char *segname, 
	 const char *sectname);

Also, the library /usr/lib/libg.a is not included
in the 3.0 release, so I removed the -lg switch
from the LIBS statement in akcl/unixport/makefile.
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Noritake Yonezawa <yonezawa@lsi.tmg.nec.co.jp>