Mac OS X implementation notes
aurelien.chanudet <at> m4x.org
July 18, 2004
This file briefly discusses Mac OS X implementation notes.
* Third party malloc(3) calls
In GCL, for the sake of efficient memory management, there should be no calls to standard memory
allocation routines such as malloc(3) or free(3). Instead, GCL's own memory allocation routines
should be used. In particular, this m
Building and using GCL 2.6.2 on OpenBSD
GCL has only been tested on OpenBSD/i386 3.4. Newer versions should
work as well. Other hardware platforms are unchartered land.
You need GNU make to compile GCL. If you have installed the ports
tree, you can get it by running the following as root:
It is then installed as `gmake'.
This directory contains a partial Common Lisp standards compliance
To run the tests, load doit.lsp. This will load and
run the tests. To just load the tests, load gclload1.lsp
Individual tests may be run by (rt:do-test '<test name>).
Tests can be invoked from the makefile setting the enviroment variable
LISP to the lisp executable to be tested, then invoking
This directory contains tests that go beyond the ANSI CL standard.
No conforming implementation is r
This directory contains (or will contain) a program for generating
random Lisp code. The intent is
README for GNU development tools
This directory contains various GNU compilers, assemblers, li
BFD is an object file library. It permits applications to use the
same routines to process object f
README for BINUTILS
These are the GNU binutils. These are utilities of use when dealing
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