[gambit-list] Importing srfis?
mikael.rcv at gmail.com
Tue Aug 6 20:29:51 EDT 2013
The absence of compile-file-to-target in your Gambit should mean that
you're on a Gambit version older than ~8 months. To fix that please get a
Your GCC is version 4.2.1. That's a memory hogging GCC version. The 4.4,
4.6 and 4.7 series don't hog.
Also, without replacing your GCC but accepting ~20% slower Gambit code
execution, recompile your Gambit with:
./configure ; make; make install
Note the absence of --enable-single-host on the ./configure clal.
This will make your Gambit compile string/digest.scm alright, as far as I
remember. Anyhow getting a 4.4+ GCC might be a nicer idea.
2013/8/7 Dirk Theisen <d.theisen at objectpark.org>
> Hi, Mikael!
> Am 06.08.2013 um 19:20 schrieb Mikael <mikael.rcv at gmail.com>:
> Probably the step in the install instructions you got to was the
> compilation of std/string/digest.scm . This takes ~2GB RAM on a good GCC
> version, say 75GB on a bad.
> :blackhole theisen$ ./compile.sh
> *** WARNING -- "bh#compile-file-to-target" is not defined,
> *** referenced in: ("/usr/local/share/blackhole/bh.c")
> *** INTERRUPTED IN ##thread-check-interrupts!
> This is when my machine (8 GB RAM) started to slow down to a crawl and I
> hit ctrl-c.
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