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sbcl build for armhf

I don?t think the sbcl self-tests passed when I did my build, but I think I pushed the right button and the deb build succeeded anyway. Overall, the build succeeded and I was happy.

I picked version 1.2.1 because it was the most recent version that the SBCL page marked as released for armhf. I tried version 1.2.0, and it had some compilation errors. I didn?t try 1.2.2.

I can repeat my build on my board and capture the output if that will be helpful to you.


On Aug 15, 2014, at 3:38 PM, Christoph Egger <christoph at debian.org> wrote:

> Christoph Egger <christoph at christoph-egger.org> writes:
>> Christoph Egger <christoph at christoph-egger.org> writes:
>>> I have a sbcl installed on my armhf board here (bootstrapping sbcl is
>>> fortunately really fun!). Unfortunately sbcl 1.2.2 still fails the
>>> testsuite -- once that's fixed I'll upload a sbcl binary for armhf into
>>> the archive getting builds started!
>> Ah wait, it's now building contrib as far as I can tell so should be
>> fine. Let's see!
> Actually:
> WARNING! Some of the contrib modules did not build successfully or pass
> their self-tests. Failed contribs:"
>  asdf
>  sb-aclrepl
>  sb-bsd-sockets
>  sb-cltl2
>  sb-concurrency
>  sb-cover
>  sb-executable
>  sb-gmp
>  sb-grovel
>  sb-introspect
>  sb-md5
>  sb-mpfr
>  sb-posix
>  sb-queue
>  sb-rotate-byte
>  sb-rt
>  sb-simple-streams
>  sb-sprof
> Command exited with non-zero status 1
> 0.30user 0.23system 0:00.92elapsed 57%CPU (0avgtext+0avgdata 6576maxresident)k
> 8inputs+144outputs (1major+27873minor)pagefaults 0swaps
> make: *** [build-arch-stamp] Error 1
> You do not have a fix for these right?
>  Christoph
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