michele.zaffalon at gmail.com
Tue Oct 6 08:37:55 EDT 2009
> It is quite probable that OpenBSD forbids executing code in the C heap, for
> security reasons I guess. Usually there is a way to tell the operating
> system that a certain range of addresses contains executable code. I have
> no clue what this is on OpenBSD. If you do find out or someone on the list
> knows, please let me know.
Is this the only way to have a Scheme defined function passed on the
fly to C? Short of using global variables as in here
By the way, towards the end of this post, you point out the correct
option to configure.
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