[Openmcl-devel] CCL version 1.1, Tiger and Intel processor
alms at clozure.com
Fri Feb 29 13:02:30 PST 2008
Yes, it is. Matt is currently slaving away in the salt mines of the
x86 32-bit instruction set. Hopefully he'll see the light of day soon.
On Feb 29, 2008, at 3:55 PM, Rodrigue Cloutier wrote:
> I was expecting this answer. Is the IA-32 port still under way?
> From: Andrew Shalit [mailto:alms at clozure.com]
> Sent: February 29, 2008 3:41 PM
> To: Rodrigue Cloutier
> Cc: openmcl-devel at clozure.com
> Subject: Re: [Openmcl-devel] CCL version 1.1, Tiger and Intel
> It's not possible. CCL only works on Intel-64, which means it
> requires 64-bit Cocoa, which is only available as of Leopard.
> On Feb 29, 2008, at 3:37 PM, Rodrigue Cloutier wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have been trying to have the cocoa bridge working under Tiger
> (10.4.11) on an Intel MacBook with the latest src from Subversion
> branch 1.1.
> I am working under the assumption that it is possible but I have yet
> to succeed.
> Since the version doesn’t have the cocoa interfaces built, I have
> been trying to generate them. I didn’t see ffigen (did I miss it ?)
> so I deciced to build it. Now here is the catch, version ffigen4
> doesn’t have the target for Intel x86 in its makefile and the other
> version I tried, ffigen-apple-gcc-5363, generates fine but when I
> try to load the package I get an error stating that class_addIvar
> cannot be found.
> After a little searching, I noticed that the objc-bridge lisp file
> define a *feature* apple-objc-2.0. I then assumed that I could just
> remove the feature from *features* but each (require “COCOA”) seems
> to define the feature again. Obviously, it did not work.
> Can you help me get the version up and running? Is there a version
> of ffigen that I can use that doesn’t tie-in with objc 2.0?
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