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> Does anybody have maxima compiled?, ...or just a working lisp compiler
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post Oct 12 2004, 11:58 PM
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I tried a build from debian-arm, it was segfaulting on first lisp interpreter use on startup with all avalaible pdaxrom versions. Then I tried to compile clisp with both devkits (onboard and crosscompiler ones), without any success, so I'm not able even to try to compile maxima. smile.gif Maybe at least a half of work (compiler) is done by somebody or there are similar math enviroments compiled for zaurus (scilab?)?
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post Oct 13 2004, 02:26 AM
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clisp 2.33 is out there along with a version that contains maxima too. these are working perfectly on pdaXrom (you will need libreadline or some right ncurses version) and i've been playing with clisp alot since its the only lisp i have on zaurus. cmucl or sbcl would be way too big for zaurus. gcl is a good candidate too but afaik its not ported yet. if you cannot find them post here and i'll send them to you.
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post Oct 13 2004, 04:10 AM
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