|Bill Allombert on Thu, 09 Sep 2004 16:52:01 +0200|
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|Re: Pari version (CHANGES)|
On Tue, Sep 07, 2004 at 06:11:29PM -0700, Justin Walker wrote: > Thanks for the suggestion, Igor. > > On Sep 7, 2004, at 17:37, Igor Schein wrote: > > >On Tue, Sep 07, 2004 at 05:23:32PM -0700, Justin Walker wrote: > >>Hi, all, > >> > >>I've been building from CVS, on and off, trying to track down an > >>oddity > >>("make bench" failure) when I build specifically for G4s (flags "-fast > >>-mcpu=7450"). > >> > >>I built a version on 8/15, from CVS as of that day, which sez "2.2.8 > >>(development CHANGES-1.982)". I built one on 8/30, which sez "1.988". > >> > >>I just built one today, from CVS as of today, that sez 1.981. > >> > >>Is it me? Has the world slipped out of joint? > >> > >>All updates were done with "update -d". > > > >The latest is 1.998. Try 'update -A -d'. If that doesn't work, do a > >fresh CVS fetch. > > In following this idea, I realized that it was me slipping out of > joint, not the world (I neglected to run 'Configure'). > > However, now when I do this (fresh checkout, in a new directory), I get > > $ ./Configure --with-readline=/opt/local --with-gmp --kernel=ppcgmp It should be --kernel=ppc-gmp > ... > $ make all > ... > Transcript written on tutorial.log. > Making gp in Odarwin-ppc > perl merge_822 ../functions/*/* > pari.desc.new && mv pari.desc.new > pari.desc > perl gen_proto basic pari.desc > ../language/init.h.new && perl > gen_help basic pari.desc >> ../language/init.h.new && mv > ../language/init.h.new ../language/init.h > perl gen_proto gp pari.desc > ../gp/gp_init.h.new && perl gen_help gp > pari.desc >> ../gp/gp_init.h.new && mv ../gp/gp_init.h.new > ../gp/gp_init.h > perl gen_proto highlevel pari.desc > ../gp/highlvl.h.new && perl > gen_help highlevel pari.desc >> ../gp/highlvl.h.new && mv > ../gp/highlvl.h.new ../gp/highlvl.h > perl gen_member pari.desc > ../language/members.h.new && mv > ../language/members.h.new ../language/members.h > make: *** No rule to make target `kernel.o', needed by `gp-sta'. > Stop. > make: *** [gp] Error 2 > make: *** [all] Error 2 > > (*&^%$#@. > > Any thoughts? Did I misspell something? Yes, you specified an unexisting kernel so make cannot build it. Cheers, Bill.