On that note, you should clarify the difference between myrbuild and mbld
On Sun, Mar 8, 2015 at 8:58 PM, Ori Bernstein <ori@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Ah. I suspect it's related to a few changes stacking together.
> First off, 'make clean' was broken. I wasn't actually listing or removing
> system specific files, so they were staying in place. (Fixed in fa136ee).
> Second, thanks to trying to work around perf issues in make (49b3d1b79)
> means that the copied files no longer depend on the original files, so
> they don't get correctly updated. Oops.
> This is a legitimate bug, but using patterns is slow, and short of
> every file copy (maybe I should?), I'm not sure how to fix it. In the
> case (using mbld) this doesn't matter, since mbld just uses the fully
> qualified target files, but it matters for bootstrapping.
> And finally, I think there may have been an mbld bug, so if you have an old
> version of mbld, you may need to delete it and rebuild it.
> Anyways, that's a lot of words to say:
> - make clean should be fixed now.
> - install mbld on your path and use it; building
> should be smoother with it installed.
> On Sun, 8 Mar 2015 20:03:58 -0500
> Ryan Gonzalez <rymg19@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > It all started when I was trying to build libbio:
> > myrbuild -l bio bio.myr puti.myr geti.myr
> > 6m bio.myr
> > bio.myr:410: Type "byte[:]" incompatible with "std.size" near
> > write:(bio.file#, byte[:] -> std.size)
> > I figured I might have too old a compiler, so I tried updating it and
> > building it, but it fails saying it can't find syswrap-ss.myr. I then
> > make clean. Still failed.
> > After a little investigation, I tried manually copying
> > syswrap-ss+posixy-linux.myr as syswrap-ss.myr. Then I got this:
> > ../6/6m -I . syswrap-ss.myr
> > syswrap-ss.myr:7: Undeclared var sys.exit_group
> > Now I'm lost. I'm pretty sure this is related to
> > e59b8d11ec241cedc71eb70e67901b7b829bc794:
> > commit e59b8d11ec241cedc71eb70e67901b7b829bc794
> > Author: Ori Bernstein <ori@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > Date: Tue Mar 3 11:04:00 2015 -0800
> > Make exit() exit the whole process, portably.
> > OSX and Linux exit system calls are not interchangable.
> > Linux exit() exits the thread, and exit_group() exits the
> > process. OSX exit() exits the process. So, we need to wrap
> > these up into system specific syswrap calls.
> > syswrap+posixy.myr now contains shared system calls, and
> > syswrap-ss+posixy-system.myr contains the ones that have
> > different semantics.
> > The goal is to move emulation (sleep, etc) into there.
> > FYI, I recently wrote about the top 5 programming languages you've never
> > heard of
> > <
> > and I mentioned Myrddin as my favorite low-level language. :)
> > --
> > Ryan
> > If I were in a 10-story building glass-sided building and forced to write
> > either Go or APL, I’d jump out a window.
> > http://kirbyfan64.github.io/
If I were in a 10-story building glass-sided building and forced to write
either Go or autotools scripts, I’d jump out a window.