memory defragmentation & a question
Joerg.Wittenberger at pobox.com
Tue Feb 16 09:11:49 PST 1999
>>>>> "GB" == Godmar Back <gback at cs.utah.edu> writes:
GB> When sending bug reports, it would be helpful to mention the
GB> version of kaffe you're using and the platform you are running on.
GB> Ideally, you'd also mention what configure options you passed to
GB> configure (if any) if you built the kaffe binary yourself.
It's a Linux x86 (Debian) box. I fetched the binary (.rpm) and did
not bother compiling it myself.
GB> I vaguely remember some problem with that that was fixed since
GB> 1.0b3. The best thing here is to produce a short test case that
kaffe -version tells me:
Engine: Just-in-time Version: 1.00 Java Version: 1.1
This seems not to be 1.0b3. Sorry, work is pending, no verification
and test case right now.
GB> You should also try the current CVS repository or the last
That's kind a overload. I was just about to try it. I'll spent that
time another day.
GB> You said that a library symbol wasn't found, right? I've seen
GB> similar problems under Linux, and it's not clear to me where they
GB> come from.
GB> You could try to link Kaffe statically (configure
GB> --with-staticlib) and see whether that has any impact on this
I'll keep that as well. Thanks.
>> Here is Report C:
>> When I start kawa (a nice scheme implementation in java) as "kawa
>> -w" it always comes up (opposed to report B). I can type as the
>> kawa prompt, but when I press enter, nothing seems to happen. (If
>> I start kawa without the -w, which starts it up as a command line
>> application, I can talk to it as expeted.)
GB> No clue.
Thats a pity. Kawa was actually the thing I was interesed in. What I
need is a scheme.
More information about the kaffe