Ticket #1084: configure_out.txt

File configure_out.txt, 5.7 KB (added by cconstantine, 5 years ago)

Output of 'perl Configure.pl' for parrot

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1macbook-6:parrot cconstantine$ perl ./Configure.pl
2Parrot Version 1.6.0 Configure 2.0
3Copyright (C) 2001-2009, Parrot Foundation.
4
5Hello, I'm Configure. My job is to poke and prod your system to figure out
6how to build Parrot. The process is completely automated, unless you passed in
7the `--ask' flag on the command line, in which case I'll prompt you for a few
8pieces of info.
9
10Since you're running this program, you obviously have Perl 5--I'll be pulling
11some defaults from its configuration.
12
13init::manifest -      Check MANIFEST.....................................done.
14init::defaults -      Set Configure's default values.....................done.
15init::install -       Set up installation paths..........................done.
16init::hints -         Load platform and local hints files................done.
17init::headers -       Find header files distributed with Parrot..........done.
18inter::progs -        Determine what C compiler and linker to use........done.
19inter::make -         Is make installed...................................yes.
20inter::lex -          Is lex installed................................skipped.
21inter::yacc -         Is yacc installed...............................skipped.
22auto::gcc -           Is your C compiler actually gcc................yes, 4.0.
23auto::glibc -         Is GNU libc installed................................no.
24auto::backtrace -     Does libc have the backtrace* functions.............yes.
25auto::msvc -          Is your C compiler actually Visual C++..........skipped.
26auto::attributes -    Detect compiler attributes.........................done.
27auto::warnings -      Detect supported compiler warnings..........set for gcc.
28init::optimize -      Enable optimization..................................no.
29inter::shlibs -       Determine flags for building shared libraries......done.
30inter::libparrot -    Should parrot link against a shared library.........yes.
31inter::charset -      Which charset files should be compiled in..........done.
32inter::encoding -     Which encoding files should be compiled in.........done.
33inter::types -        What types should Parrot use.......................done.
34auto::ops -           Which opcode files should be compiled in...........done.
35auto::pmc -           Which pmc files should be compiled in..............done.
36auto::alignptrs -     Determine your minimum pointer alignment........ 1 byte.
37auto::headers -       Probe for C headers................................done.
38auto::sizes -         Determine some sizes...............................done.
39auto::byteorder -     Compute native byteorder for wordsize.....little-endian.
40auto::va_ptr -        Test the type of va_ptr...........................stack.
41auto::format -        What formats should be used for sprintf............done.
42auto::isreg -         Does your C library have a working S_ISREG..........yes.
43auto::arch -          Determine CPU architecture and OS..................done.
44auto::jit -           Determine JIT capability.............................no.
45auto::frames -        Determine call frame building capability.............no.
46auto::cpu -           Generate CPU specific stuff........................done.
47auto::cgoto -         Does your compiler support computed goto............yes.
48auto::inline -        Does your compiler support inline...................yes.
49auto::gc -            Determine allocator to use.........................done.
50auto::memalign -      Does your C library support memalign........already set.
51auto::signal -        Determine some signal stuff........................done.
52auto::socklen_t -     Determine whether there is socklen_t................yes.
53auto::neg_0 -         Determine whether negative zero can be printed......yes.
54auto::env -           Does your C library have setenv / unsetenv.........both.
55auto::thread -        Does your system has thread.........................yes.
56auto::gmp -           Does your platform support GMP......................yes.
57auto::readline -      Does your platform support readline.................yes.
58auto::gdbm -          Does your platform support gdbm......................no.
59auto::pcre -          Does your platform support pcre................yes, 7.7.
60auto::opengl -        Does your platform support OpenGL....yes, MacOSX_GLUT 5.
61auto::crypto -        Does your platform support crypto...................yes.
62auto::gettext -       Does your configuration include gettext.............yes.
63auto::snprintf -      Test snprintf......................................done.
64auto::perldoc -       Is perldoc installed................................yes.
65auto::pod2man -       Is pod2man installed................................yes.
66auto::ctags -         Is (exuberant) ctags installed.......................no.
67auto::revision -      Determine Parrot's revision......................r41607.
68auto::icu -           Is ICU installed....................................yes.
69gen::config_h -       Generate C headers.................................done.
70gen::core_pmcs -      Generate core pmc list.............................done.
71gen::crypto -         Generate Digest PMC files..........................done.
72gen::parrot_include - Generate runtime/parrot/include....................done.
73gen::opengl -         Generating OpenGL bindings.........................done.
74gen::call_list -      Generate NCI signature list........................done.
75gen::makefiles -      Generate makefiles and other build files...........done.
76gen::platform -       Move platform files into place.....................done.
77gen::config_pm -      Record configuration data for later retrieval......done.
78Okay, we're done!
79
80You can now use `gmake' to build your Parrot.
81After that, you can use `gmake test' to run the test suite.
82
83Happy Hacking,
84        The Parrot Team
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