the compiler is probably VC++7 (or maybe 7.1, whichever is in visual
studio academic edition 2003 .net).
and just in case it may help locate what went wrong, the runtime, library and
eval object files were already created when the error occurred.
the version I downloaded was the .tar.gz of 1.50 (I didn't see the .zip
that you mentioned)
and yes, my steps thus far have been only to extract the files and run
Thanks for offering to help, I really appreciate it.
(especially since I have essentially zero experience compiling programs
using makefiles and such)
I might be able to help you if I had a
little more information
What have you done so far?
I assume you have
obtained the .zip or .tar.gz package from the website (which one and which
Have your only steps so
far been to extract the package and run nmake f makefile.vc?
What version of VC++ are you using VC++
6 or VC++ 7 or VC++ 7.1 (the free VC compiler that comes with .NET SDK)?
I can try to recreate your steps and see
[mailto:address@hidden On Behalf Of Carter T Schonwald
Sent: July 16, 2004 2:11 PM
Subject: [Chicken-users] some more
I did as you had advised, which worked, but I encountered the
following problem which halted the compilation process.
csi -script psyntax-bootstrap.scm
'csi' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.
NMAKE : fatal error U1077: 'csi' : return code '0x1'
does this mean that I need this csi program inorder to complete the
compilation or am I missing something?
Thanks for all you help thus far,