[gambit-list] Generating standalone executables with the compiler's functions

Per Eckerdal per.eckerdal at gmail.com
Thu Nov 10 18:52:26 EST 2011


Thanks, that's exactly what I was looking for!

-- 
Per Eckerdal


On torsdag 10 november 2011 at 21:33, Marc Feeley wrote:

> 
> On 2011-11-10, at 2:37 PM, Per Eckerdal wrote:
> 
> > Hi,
> > 
> > I'm trying to compile a scheme file that uses Gambit's compiler functions to a standalone executable. Is there any good/obvious way of doing that?
> > 
> > This illustrates my problem:
> > 
> > $ cat t.scm
> > (write compile-file)
> > $ gsc -exe t.scm
> > *** WARNING -- "compile-file" is not defined,
> > *** referenced in: ("/Users/per/prog/gambit/blackhole/tmp/t.c")
> > $ ./t
> > #!unbound
> > 
> 
> 
> Because you are linking with more than the base library, you need additional linking steps:
> 
> 1) explicit linking (with gsc -link) with the link file ~~lib/_gambcgsc.c (this is an incremental link because this link file extends the base library)
> 
> 2) explicit linking (at the C level) with the library ~~lib/libgambcgsc.a
> 
> Here's an example, tested on Mac OS X:
> 
> % ls t*
> t.scm
> % cat t.scm
> (pp compile-file)
> % GAMBCLIBDIR="`gsc -e \"(display (path-expand \\\"~~lib\\\"))\"`"
> % gsc -link -l "$GAMBCLIBDIR/_gambcgsc.c" t.scm
> % gsc -obj t_.c t.c
> t_.c:
> t.c:
> % gsc -exe -ld-options "$GAMBCLIBDIR/libgambcgsc.a" t_.o t.o
> % ./t
> #<procedure #2 compile-file>
> % ls t*
> t t.c t.o t.scm t_.c t_.o
> 
> Marc 

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