Joel Bartlett's fabled Scheme->C system
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Overview of the DEC Scheme->C Compiler. ;* Copyright (c) 1989-1993 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. ;* All Rights Reserved ;* Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a ;* copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), ;* to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation ;* the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, ;* and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the ;* Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions: ;* ;* The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in ;* all copies or substantial portions of the Software. ;* ;* THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR ;* IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, ;* FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE ;* AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER ;* LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING ;* FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER ;* DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE. (Copyright was changed 4/28/08. Note that I did not change the copyright messages included in various examples, in spite of the fact that the copyright holder was changed from DEC to HP. If someone wants to fix the initial prompt in various examples in the documentation, feel free ... Hans Boehm) This is the root directory for the Scheme-to-C compiler which was done at Digital Equipment Corporation's Western Research Laboratory. Changes from the previous release are noted in the file CHANGES found in this directory. The compiler distribution consists of several directories: doc contains documentation. ports contains implementation specific files. scrt contains the runtime system. scsc contains the compiler. test contains compiler and runtime test programs. cdecl a C declaration compiler written in Scheme. xlib X11 Xlib stubs for Scheme->C. In order to install the compiler and interpreter on a system, the following steps must be done. These instructions assume you're working on a workstation with a "unix-like" operating system such as a DECstation 5000 running ULTRIX. 1. Verify that this directory contains the previously mentioned directories. 2. Create directories for the processor(s) desired: For Alpha AXP OSF/1: 1 > make forAOSF For Apple's macOS: 1 > make forMACOS For Apple Macintosh system 7.1 with Think-C 5.0: 1 > make forMAC_CLASSIC For ULTRIX DECstations: 1 > make forDECMIPS For SGI systems based on Rx000 MIPS processors: 1 > make forSGIMIPS For ULTRIX VAX systems: 1 > make forVAX For Microsoft Windows 3.1 with Microsoft C 7.0: 1 > make forWIN16 3. Build Scheme->C for a specific processor: For Alpha AXP OSF/1: 2 > cd AOSF;make port N.B.: During the compilation, uopt warnings of the form "this procedure not optimized because it exceeds size threshold" may occur. These warnings may be ignored. For Apple's macOS: 2 > cd MACOS;make port For Apple Macintosh system 7.1 with Think-C 5.0: No further steps are done on the workstation. Follow the instructions in MAC_CLASSIC/README to transfer files to a Macintosh and complete the build. For ULTRIX DECstations: 2 > cd DECMIPS;make port N.B.: During the compilation, uopt warnings of the form "this procedure not optimized because it exceeds size threshold" may occur. These warnings may be ignored. For SGI systems: 2 > cd SGIMIPS;make port N.B.: During the compilation, uopt warnings of the form "this procedure not optimized because it exceeds size threshold" may occur. These warnings may be ignored. For VAX systems: 2 > cd VAX;make port N.B.: During the compilation of scrt/scinit.c, one will get the warnings: "scinit.c", line 314: warning: illegal pointer combination "scinit.c", line 316: warning: illegal pointer combination "scinit.c", line 318: warning: illegal pointer combination They may be ignored. During the compilation of scrt/objects.c, one will get the following warnings: "objects.c", line 605: warning: illegal pointer combination "objects.c", line 611: warning: illegal pointer combination "objects.c", line 614: warning: illegal pointer combination "objects.c", line 619: warning: illegal pointer combination "objects.c", line 622: warning: illegal pointer combination They may be ignored. For Microsoft Windows 3.1 with Microsoft C 7.0: No further steps are done on the workstation. Follow the instructions in WIN16/README to transfer files to a PC and complete the build. 4. Verify that the interpreter and compiler were correctly built: 4 >cd test 5 >../scrt/s2ci SCHEME->C -- ... > (load "test51.sc") MODULE form ignored TEST51 "test51.sc" > (test51 '()) Hello world! #F > ^D 6 >make test51 ../scsc/s2ccomp -schf ../scsc/s2ccomp.heap -C test51.sc test51.sc: ../scsc/s2ccomp -schf ../scsc/s2ccomp.heap -c -g test51.c cc -o test51 -g test51.o ../scrt/libs2c.a -lm 7 >test51 Hello world! 5. Install the libraries, compiler, and interpreter in some directory such as ~/bin: 8 >cd .. 9 >make prefix=$HOME/s2c BINDIR=. LIBDIR=. LIBSUBDIR=. install 10 >rehash Given that this directory in the current search path, the compiler can now be accessed by "s2cc" and the interpreter by "s2ci". N.B. Some users will see two or three sequences of error messages ending with "*** Error code 1 (ignored)." These errors may be ignored. 6. At this point, the source in cdecl and xlib can now be compiled if desired: 11 > cd cdecl 12 > make all 13 > cd ../xlib 14 > make all Documentation for cdecl and xlib is contained in files found in their respective directories. 7. If desired, the embedded server sample program and library is constructed as follows: 15 > cd ../server 16 > make embedded libs2csrv.a
Joel Bartlett's fabled Scheme->C system
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