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Re: [Chicken-users] Bugs in documentation and Mac OS X 10.6.8 executable

From: Watson Ladd
Subject: Re: [Chicken-users] Bugs in documentation and Mac OS X 10.6.8 executable generation broken
Date: Mon, 5 Dec 2011 08:52:06 -0600

csi has it for making scripts run. This could simply be a case of me
assuming that the interpreter and compiler took similar options, which
is likely. So now i see what happens: csc takes the -ss switch and
interprets it as -s, which causes the result.

So what is the correct way to compile an SRFI-22 compliant script to
an executable?
Watson Ladd

On Mon, Dec 5, 2011 at 4:50 AM, Christian Kellermann
<address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello Watson,
> * Watson Ladd <address@hidden> [111205 11:32]:
>> man csc suggests sending bug reports to address@hidden I
>> did so, and received a message back indicating it was bounced as I was
>> not a subscriber. i
>> csc has no comprehensive listing of options. And
>> lastly, the bug that started this entire exercise, on Mac OS X csc -ss
>> generates a Mach O bundle, not an executable.
> csc -h produces this list for me, a detailed description might be
> found in the manual or on the online copy:
> From your description I am not able to guess what you want to do.
> To generate a "normal" executable with chicken from a scheme file
> called "foo.scm" one would call csc like this:
> $ csc foo.scm
> to generate a binary "foo".
> The -s switch is used to generate shared objects, usually used when
> compiling modules as extensions. See
> for details on those.
> I am not sure where you got the "-ss" switch from, where did you
> find that and what did you intend to do?
> Kind regards,
> Christian
> --
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