[mercury-users] Installing a rotd to support high level grade?

Ondrej Bojar oboj7042 at ss1000.ms.mff.cuni.cz
Wed Apr 16 20:06:37 AEST 2003

On Wed, 16 Apr 2003, Fergus Henderson wrote:
> On 15-Apr-2003, Ondrej Bojar <oboj7042 at ss1000.ms.mff.cuni.cz> wrote:
> > I do not quite understand the message when installing
> > mercury-rotd-2003-04-06:
> >
> > using grade `asm_jump.gc' as the default grade for applications
> Normally "asm_fast.gc" would be the default grade.
> The message above means that for some reason, the configure tests
> to see if the "asm_fast.gc" grade will work on your system failed.
> What OS and C compiler are you using?

obo at nats42:scripts $ gcc --version
obo at nats42:scripts $ cat /proc/version
Linux version 2.4.20-openmosix-1 (root at nats47) (gcc version 2.95.3
20010315 (SuSE)) #9 SMP Mon Feb 24 10:38:52 MET 2003

> If you are using Linux, then probably the reason that these configure
> tests failed is some newly-introduced bug in that ROTD release.
> Have a look at the "configure.log" and "config.log" files,
> which should contain more information about exactly which configure
> tests failed and why.

There are no such files. This was the
mercury-rotd-2003-04-06.i686-pc-linux-libc2.2-gnu-O5.tar.gz package, and I
installed it running 'sh INSTALL --prefix=sdfsdf'

There are no configuration log files neither in the 'build' directory nor
in the destination directory.

Thanks, Andrew.

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