FIXME: Add proper info
clisp-2.46.p7 (Michael Abshoff, August 25th, 2008)
- Fix OSX 64 bit build issue
clisp-2.46.p6 (Michael Abshoff, July 29th, 2008)
- Apply fix by Waldek Hebish (#3715)
clisp-2.46.p5 (Michael Abshoff, July 29th, 2008)
- work around nohup problem and OSX 10.4 issue
clisp-2.46.p2 (William Stein, July 7th, 2008)
- make clisp build on opensuse by making build try without readline
- if it fails with readline. (#3597)
clisp-2.46.p1 (Michael Abshoff, July 7th, 2008)
- make ./sage -clisp work again (#3594)
clisp-2.46.p0 (Michael Abshoff, July 7th, 2008)
- disable parallel make since it breaks building clisp (#3582)
clisp-2.46 (Michael Abshoff, July 3rd, 2008)
- update to clisp 2.46
- enable mmap interface again
- build with "-O0" everywhwere
- clean up spkg-install
clisp-2.41.p14 (Michael Abshoff, April 21st, 2008)
- Force "-O0" generally (Michael Abshoff)
- Apply patch by Andrzej Giniewicz to force "-O0" with gcc 4.3 (#2979)
clisp-2.41.p13 (Michael Abshoff, March 28th, 2008)
- Fix OSX 10.5 detection code to handle 10.5.2 and higher (#2672)
- Make sure SAGE_ROOT is defined (#633)
move SAGE_LOCAL/bin/clisp to SAGE_LOCAL/bin/clisp.bin
- Add $SAGE_LOCAL/bin/clisp analog to the lisp script
- add changelog from hg
Here is how to make a new clisp package for SAGE:
1. Download clisp from
2. Put SAGE.txt spkg-dist spkg-install and sage from the old
- clisp spkg into the new extracted directory.
3. modify src/makemake.in to build with "-O0" everywhere
4. None of the other patches in the patches directory are used - those are there for historical reasons
============================================================== SOME NOTES:
* Made some changes to src/makemake.in so it would build on
- IA-64 linux without crashing.
0. The clisp path is hardcoded into the binary. Strangely, this *does* not affect maxima, though it means maxima won't build unless clisp was built in place. So one can't upgrade maxima without rebuilding clisp. Hence whenever the maxima package is upgraded make sure to always upgrade clisp.
Also there is an OPTIon to run clisp that avoids this hardcoding issue, which we use.
1. I replaced some documentation files by empty ones to save space:
cd doc echo "" > impnotes.html echo "" > mop-spec.pdf echo "" > mop.xml echo "" > impbody.xml echo "" > impext.xml echo "" > clhs-ent.xml echo "" > impbyte.xml echo "" > impent.xml
- Go to
Same remarks for src/ChangeLog:
- cd src
2. I removed the ffcall directory which is quite large and only needed for the foreign function interface, which we don't need for SAGE/Maxima.
3. I removed the tests directory.
4. In order to build Clisp on Cygwin, I had to do the following:
- add --ignore-absence-of-libsigsegv to the ./configure options of spkg-install for clisp
- go into src/unix.d and make the following modification near the end of the file: (this was only for version 2.40 -- not needed for 2.41)
- #define WIN32_LEAN_AND_MEAN
#include <windows.h> extern long time_t_from_filetime (const FILETIME * ptr); extern void time_t_to_filetime (time_t time_in, FILETIME * out);
- #ifdef WIN32
- #undef WIN32
- #ifdef WIN32
- #define WIN32_LEAN_AND_MEAN
windows.h defines WIN32 and that causes several items to be used in both UNIX and WIN32 forms later on.
NOTE. I had included libsigsegv, but couldn't get it to build on OS X
- (the included config file seems way out of date...).
Here's a Solaris-related note from Wilson Cheung:
Note that the only reason lisp is needed for SAGE is in order to build maxima.
> Regarding clisp/maxima -- this shouldn't be too hard, in that > > another option is to use a different lisp interpreter, if clisp > > won't compile. E.g., gcl might work. Or maybe there is a > > pre-compiled clisp for Solaris, or even a maxima?
Alright, I tinkered some more with sage 0.10.3 today...commented out the clisp section in spkg/install and maxima actually did find the already-installed system installation of gcl 2.5.3 but said it needed to be rebuilt with "--enable-ansi".
So I upgraded the system installation of gcl to the newer gcl 2.6.7 version and added the "--enable-ansi" flag and now sage builds maxima OK.
- | SAGE Version 0.10.3, Build Date: 2006-01-20-2305 | | Distributed under the GNU General Public License V2 |
| For help type <object>?, <object>??, %magic, or help |
- sage: 5+5
- _1 = 10
Maxima 5.9.2 http://maxima.sourceforge.net Using Lisp GNU Common Lisp (GCL) GCL 2.6.7 (aka GCL) Distributed under the GNU Public License. See the file COPYING. Dedicated to the memory of William Schelter. This is a development version of Maxima. The function bug_report() provides bug reporting information. (%i1) 5+5; (%o1) 10