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Re: [Axiom-developer] Debian build failure

From: Ralf Hemmecke
Subject: Re: [Axiom-developer] Debian build failure
Date: Sat, 02 Sep 2006 10:22:09 +0200
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I don''t really understand, what you mean here. In Makefile.pamphlet I read in section

\subsection{Write the Makefile stanzas for the bootstrap files}

the following text:

Finally we output two lines:
${MID}/vector.spad.pamphlet: ${IN}/vector.spad.pamphlet
${TANGLE} -R"VECTOR.lsp BOOTSTRAP" ${IN}/vector.spad.pamphlet >${MID}/VECTOR.lsp

So findAlgebraFiles does NOT write any .lsp file. It writes Makefile stanzas to stdout. If you want .lsp files you must say

make ${MID}/vector.lsp

BTW. If you carefully compare the generated lines in the Makefile and the above verbatim text then you realize that the target is something like


and not


so the script does better than the documentation.


On 09/02/2006 07:47 AM, root wrote:
It appears that the src/algebra/Makefile fails.
This Makefile is dynamically created by the findAlgebraFiles script.

The awk script attached to the BOOTSTRAP routine in findAlgebraFiles
does not created the required .lsp files.

The script reads:

egrep '<<.*BOOTSTRAP>>=' *.spad.pamphlet | sort | uniq | \
awk -F: '{
  split(chunk,part," ");
  print lspfile": \${IN}/"$1;
  print "address@hidden -R\""chunk"\" \${IN}/"$1">"lspfile;
  print "";

Does anyone see anything in this script that might fail on debian
systems but work on other linux systems?


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