1. Porting question - SunOS

I downloaded euphoria-NETBSD-4.0.5-src.tar.gz from sourgeforge. Replaced all NETBSD (any case combination) strings with SUNOS. Changed configure and Makefile a little. Stepped through and patched bugs while building.

I now have along with all the other bins :

Euphoria Interpreter v4.0.5 development 
   SUNOS, Using System Memory 
   Revision Date: 2012-10-15 09:43:49, Id: 5743:62d94559f849 

Not everything works yet. (example: platform name and probably others)


Do I fully have to fully fix 4.0.5 C translated files and E files, before I can use it to add a SunOS platform to the latest SCM checkout?

Using OpenIndiana Hipster 2017.04 with latest oi-userland

uname -a 
SunOS ------- 5.11 illumos-202ca9ae46 i86pc i386 i86pc 

new topic     » topic index » view message » categorize

2. Re: Porting question - SunOS - New questions

Maybe a better way to put it.

For those who create translated C sources for other platforms.

What steps are needed? And which build directories need them?

Have not found it in the docs yet.

new topic     » goto parent     » topic index » view message » categorize

3. 4.1.0 up and running

Went back and rebuilt 4.0.5 no SunOS. Good enough to build 4.1.0 now.

No core dumps now, just need to check test failures.

Euphoria Interpreter v4.1.0 development 
   32-bit NetBSD, Using System Memory 
   Revision Date: 2017-05-16 09:40:09, Id: 6450:ba0fec61913e 

Test results summary: 
    FAIL: c_fwd_init.e 
    FAIL: c_fwd_typecheck.e 
    FAIL: fwd_constasgn.e 
    FAIL: fwd_mutual2.e 
    FAIL: fwd.e 
    FAIL: fwdnoinc.e 
    FAIL: scope_4.e 
    FAIL: t_abadcase.e 
    FAIL: t_c_badmachine.e 
    FAIL: t_c_ns_builtin.e 
    FAIL: t_c_safe_free_allocate_protect.e 
    FAIL: t_c_safe_unregister_free.e 
    FAIL: t_callc.e 
    FAIL: t_database.e 
    FAIL: t_de_dep.e 
    FAIL: t_de_math.e 
    FAIL: t_de_memory.e 
    FAIL: t_de_safe.e 
    FAIL: t_de_unsafe.e 
    FAIL: t_declasgn_wrning.e 
    FAIL: t_dep.e 
    FAIL: t_filesys.e 
    FAIL: t_goto_warning.e 
    FAIL: t_literals.e 
    FAIL: t_machine.e 
    FAIL: t_map.e 
    FAIL: t_memory.e 
    FAIL: t_net_http.e 
    FAIL: t_safe.e 
    FAIL: t_socket.e 
    FAIL: t_unsafe.e 
    FAIL: t_warning.e 
Files (run: 213) (failed: 32) (85% success) 

new topic     » goto parent     » topic index » view message » categorize

4. Re: 4.1.0 up and running

Please use the {{{ and }}} tags to format text output. See CreoleHelp for details.


new topic     » goto parent     » topic index » view message » categorize

5. Re: 4.1.0 up and running

This is what I am getting on Linux 32-bit for the same version:

Interpreted test files failed unexpectedly.: 4 
These were: t_declasgn_wrning.e, t_map.e, t_net_http.e, t_warning.e, 
Compiled test files failed unexpectedly....: 6 
These were: t_callc-translated, t_map-bound, t_map-translated, t_net_http-bound, t_net_http-translated, t_rand-translated, 

You should probably just ignore the test failures I am getting because they probably are much harder to fix than the other ones that failing only on SunOS.

Another thing I noticed in 4.1 tip(ba0fec61913e) is that eutest.ex just doesn't work. It complains about an undeclared variable HEADER. It seems like someone removed a global/public constant from the library.

new topic     » goto parent     » topic index » view message » categorize

6. Re: 4.1.0 up and running

No. Looks like the eutest problem was caused by my copy of EUPHORIA's standard include files being out of date.

new topic     » goto parent     » topic index » view message » categorize


Quick Links

User menu

Not signed in.

Misc Menu