> Sure, the first problem is that gcl complains that the package
> user is undefined; if I add (defpackage :user), then compilation proceeds
> until I get
> ; - Compiling module "declarations"
> ; - Loading binary file "binary-gcl/lmdcls.o"
> ;; Loading binary-gcl/lmdcls.o
> check_type_symbol is undefined
> Since there is a line in the lmdcls.lisp which looks like it does define
> check_type_symbol, I'm lost.
> gcl is compiled with --enable-ansi.
I cannot be helpful here... I never saw an error like that. My problems,
solved thanks to Camm Maguire, were different. I am still wondering why this
I don't know if it can be useful, anyway I have attached the script I'm
using to compile gcl and create the slackware package. After commenting some
lines where "requiredbuilder", "makepkg" "cat slack-desc" (and maybe other
slackware-related words) are present, the resulting binaries should be the
same as mine. But there is nothing particular in the script, I don't know...