Bug#609047: ITP: ccl - Clozure CL
El Jueves, 6 de marzo de 2014 03:28:53 Faheem Mitha escribi?:
> On Wed, 5 Mar 2014, Rafael Jes?s Alc?ntara P?rez wrote:
> > El Domingo, 2 de marzo de 2014 22:28:47 Faheem Mitha escribi?:
> >> On Sun, 2 Mar 2014, Rafael Jes?s Alc?ntara P?rez wrote:
> >>> Hi:
> >>> We have been watching this ITP for some months but we have found that
> >>> there is no advance. Is there any chance to this ITP could progress any
> >>> time soon? We are trying to use CCL because of its multiplatform
> >>> capabilities (now running even on Raspberry Pi ) so we are very
> >>> insterested in this ITP.
> >>> Thanks in advance.
> >>> http://www.raspihub.com/go/f5780dbf11dabc60771e67b357ae947bc6b3fd87f3
> >>> 5d
> >>> 5f38e7d511ff88e08d0c
> >> Hi Rafael,
> >> I'm willing to work with you (time permitting) if you want to use the CCL
> >> Debian packaging. You don't have to wait till it gets into Debian
> >> (assuming that ever happens). As far as I know it should work, though it
> >> has only been lightly tested.
> > Perfect, where should I begin?
> > Greets and thanks again. Rafael.
> Well, first do you just want binaries that work on your platform, or so
> you want to know how to build it yourself? Obviously, I would prefer the
> latter, because that way someone would have to look at my documentation
> and procedures, which could probably do with improvement. I think this is
> also preferable from your perspective for a package that isn't officially
> part of Debian.
Ok, I'll try to build it myself.
> If you did want the former, I could just dump some binary debs somewhere,
> but that won't help you if I disappear off the net tomorrow.
> Do you have a group of people who are interested in using this? If so, can
> you give me a little more detail about them?
I work for a small software development company and we are interested in
developing using Common Lisp in small devices. To do so, we are exploring
alternatives for SBCL and ECL.
> As a first step, clone the following Mercurial repositories.
> Start by seeing if you can build and install the ccl-ffigen package. That
> is the easiest. If you have problems with it, let me know. And what
> platform/arch will you be building on?
Ok thank you :) I'll try when I have some free time. We use a Debian/GNU
Squeeze on amd64 for building the Debian packages.
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