Poplog port to AMD64 (original)
Note: this is superseded by bham-linux-poplog-v15.6.tar.gzYou also need:
I assume that you have standard developement tools installed (after all, Poplog is a programming environment and wants to co-operate with other tools).
To build, chose a working directory. Then make a `src' subdirectory (the name is hard-coded into `build_popn') and unpack in it `linux-pc-1553.tar.gz'. Apply the patch. Then go back to the working directory and run `build_popn'. The process will first create cross-compiler saved images (based on 32-bit corepop) and the create 64-bit `basepop11' and saved images. To get 64-bit `popc', `poplink' and `poplibr' you need to copy 64-bit `basepop11' into `corepop'. In pseudo bash code:
cd working_directory mkdir src tar -xzf path_to/linux-pc-1553.tar.gz zcat path_to/amd64_v2.diff.gz | patch -p1 cd .. cp path_to/build_popn . sh build_popn cp src/pop/pop/basepop11 src/pop/pop/corepop sh build_popnNote that by default the system links in Motif, more precisely, I used LessTif. One can change the following line in `build_popn'
$usepop/pop/src/newpop -link -x=-xm -norsv -vedto
$usepop/pop/src/newpop -link -x=-xt -norsv -vedto get X toolkit version. On can also replace `-x=-xt' by `-nox' to get text-only version. For testing the little poplog script may be useful. After you change `poplogroot' variable to correct value it will set all the other environment variables.