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Re: GNU APL under NetBSD-current / aarch64

From: Alexander Shendi (Web.DE)
Subject: Re: GNU APL under NetBSD-current / aarch64
Date: Sat, 08 Feb 2020 18:00:08 +0100
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Hi everybody,

Brian, thank you for the patch. I will try the patch on my NetBSD-current/aarch64 machine. I'll let you know about the results.

Best Regards,


Am 8. Februar 2020 16:30:31 MEZ schrieb Brian Callahan <address@hidden>:
Hi Jürgen --

Looking at that document, it could use some updating. I'm the OpenBSD
developer who helped Giuseppe create the port, and the one who committed
the port itself, and now the one who took over maintaining the port.

First though, attached is a patch to fix the build on OpenBSD. With this
patch, GNU APL will build on OpenBSD out-of-the-box. I assume NetBSD
will have the same experience (though I cannot check).

I will send another diff for the README-6-porting file.


On 2020-02-08 7:40 AM, Dr. Jürgen Sauermann wrote:
Hi Brian,

thank you for sharing this information. We already have a file
README-6-porting where we
collect information about how to compile GNU APL on operating systems
other than GNU/Linux.
There are already some sections for different BSD versions and if you or
Alexander have more
information available then I will be happy to include them in

Best Regards,

On 2/7/20 10:15 PM, Brian Callahan wrote:
Hello --

GNU APL builds and runs just fine on OpenBSD/aarch64 -current. There
are some build fixes that I still need to upstream which you will
probably hit as well on NetBSD, but I have to imagine if it's doable
on OpenBSD it will be doable on NetBSD.


On 2020-02-07 2:47 PM, Alexander Shendi (Web.DE) wrote:
Dear List,

does anyone of you have experience with building GNU APL under
NetBSD-current / aarch64?

Many thanks in advance,

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