Problem with mkinit after zs's library/browser changes?
fjh at cs.mu.OZ.AU
Thu Oct 1 14:38:18 AEST 1998
On 01-Oct-1998, Warwick Harvey <wharvey at cs.monash.edu.au> wrote:
> I'm amazed this one made it past the installation tests...
> Hello world program (source below) in hello.m:
> c2init --grade asm_fast.gc hello.c > hello_init.c
> mkinit: error opening file `/home/mercury/public/.a/lib/mercury/modules/libmercury.init': No such file or directory
> mkinit: error opening file `/home/mercury/public/.a/lib/mercury/modules/runtime.init': No such file or directory
That happened because it doesn't affect the compiler;
it only affects user programs. It was indeed detected by the
nightly tests, but only *after* the compiler was installed.
I've just committed a fix, so the problem should be fixed in a couple of
In the meantime, as a work-around, you can do the following
(sh syntax; (t)csh users adjust accordingly):
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