[m-users.] Installed mercury not detected by "configure"
mgreen at brookes.ac.uk
Wed Feb 9 02:35:33 AEDT 2022
That does beg the question a bit though. You do not _need_ one, but that's
not the same as it being unable to _use_ one to save compiling the compiler
On Tue, 8 Feb 2022 at 12:59, Julien Fischer <jfischer at opturion.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 8 Feb 2022, Volker Wysk wrote:
> > I've unpacked mercury-srcdist-rotd-2022-02-07 and run "./configure ...".
> > get this in the configure output:
> > using grade 'asm_fast.gc' as the default grade for applications
> > configure: WARNING: Mercury compiler not yet installed -
> > **** cannot use grade 'asm_fast.gc'
> > **** using grade 'hlc.gc.pregen' to compile the compiler
> > **** after installation is complete you may reinstall
> > **** from scratch to have a faster compiler.
> > **** NOTE: before reinstalling from scratch, ensure that the
> > **** source tree is clean by running 'make realclean'. Not doing
> > **** this may result in a broken Mercury installation.
> > But I *have* a working Mercury installed. Why isn't it found?
> It probably was found -- that will be earlier in the configure output.
> The problem is most likely that it is not sufficiently up-to-date.
> > I can call the compiler with "mmc", it's in the PATH.
> In any case, the whole point of the source distribution is that you do
> not need a Mercury compiler / an up-to-date Mercury compiler to be
> installed on your system in order to build it.
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