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Version 1993-11-08 under Linux
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- Subject: Version 1993-11-08 under Linux
- From: email@example.com (Robert Sanders)
- Date: Thu, 18 Nov 1993 21:33:55 -0500 (EST)
I've compiled version 1993-11-08 for Linux and found a minor bug:
in unixconf.h, SHMAT_CONST should be defined to nothing.
Also, with this configuration:
Linux 0.99.13 ALPHAr
libc 4.4.4 gcc 2.4.3
I got a SIGSEGV after the "Bye" message when it quit. I traced this to
somewhere at the end of main(). Not having the time to recompile everything
-g, I just recompiled spvw.c with -g. (I had been compiling with -O2 -m486).
This version of the lisp.run did not cause the segfault. I'm assuming it's
an optimization bug in gcc 2.4.3; spvw.c is the only file I had to compile
with optimization off.
I will investigate further. I'm installing gcc 2.5.4 tonight.
I just got my copy of CLtL2 and having CLISP to use it with is heavenly.
Kudos to Bruno and Michael!