[Maxima] Clozure CL + Windows XP
oldenbur at math.uni-frankfurt.de
Fri Mar 27 05:23:25 CDT 2009
Maxima under CCL is interesting. It is rather fast and has threads.
Compiling maxima was done very fast.
However, I have a problem with windows paths: I couldn't run the
testsuite, because Maxima failed to find the file. I couldn't load share
files either. Barton, did you encounter this problem too? I used the
released 32bit-version 1.3 of ccl under vista.
Barton Willis schrieb:
> I tried building Maxima using Clozure CL + Windows XP. The tests rtest14,
> rtest15, and rtest_gamma abort; the rest of the tests
> pass. Deleting these three tests, the run times are:
> SBCL 1.0.22 109.9 seconds, 6.105 seconds GC 9 850 167
> 496 bytes consed
> Clozure CL 162.0 seconds, 28.063 seconds GC 3 745 442
> 024 bytes allocated
> Using Clozure CL, share_testsuite reports some errors, but it finishes:
> Errors found in rtest_numericalio.mac, problems: (50 52 57)
> Errors found in testprintf.mac, problems: (27 54)
> Error found in test_abs_integrate.mac, problem: (75)
> Error found test_pochhammer.mac, problem: (29)
> I used a 2.13 GHz, 2 GB RAM, Core 2 CPU. One bug that I know is (that
> shows up in rest14 or rtest15).
> (%i1) bessel_j(3,2.0);
> (%o1) 0.0
> (%i2) build_info();
> Maxima version: 5.17post
> Maxima build date: 13:56 3/26/2009
> host type: @host@
> lisp-implementation-type: Clozure Common Lisp
> lisp-implementation-version: Version 1.3-dev-r11537M-trunk (WindowsX8632)
> The GNU Autotools build doesn't work, I think (the path names are wrong);
> I used the Lisp only build. I had
> to replace defsystem.lisp with the file that comes with Clozure CL. Also,
> I think (maxima-dump) doesn't work.
> For information on Clozure CL, see:
> The first 90% of most projects is easy, but it's the final 9.9% that
> really counts. For (open-source, free, ...) CL on Windows we
> have about five ninety percent solutions (GCL, ABCL, SBCL, ECL, CLISP).
> My Maxima CVS isn't 100% clean--I shared some results with a few of you
> yesterday that were somewhat different. I did
> these results on a different machine.
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