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[Help-smalltalk] Newbie questions: use blox with local image; jit segfau
[Help-smalltalk] Newbie questions: use blox with local image; jit segfault
04 Mar 2002 23:27:37 +0100
Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.1
I'm trying to learn GNU SmallTalk and having some issues.
1. How to run the graphical browser for my *own* image?
I can run:'gst -qK blox/Run.st' fine. I get the graphical
browser. However, if I remember correctly, all image modifications are
store in the local shared image (in /usr/local): not very cool!
So I tried: 'export SMALLTALK_IMAGE=~/Installed/GNU-SmallTalk'
Now gst can be started in command line mode and when exiting a new image
is created in the above SMALLTALK_IMAGE directory. Fine.
However, I'm unable to use the graphical browser if SMALLTALK_IMAGE is
set to my local image location:
address@hidden:~/Installed/GNU-SmallTalk$ gst -qK blox/Run.st
GNU Smalltalk Ready
gst: Couldn't open file /home/david/Installed/GNU-SmallTalk/blox/Run.st
I understand the error message (due to the -K option). However, gst does
not run better if I remove the -K option:
address@hidden:~/Installed/GNU-SmallTalk$ gst blox/Run.st GNU Smalltalk
gst: Couldn't open file blox/Run.st
It is written in the doc that gst as an internal path of needed kernel
files. Isn't it true for blox related files?
Is it mandatory to have a fie named package? If true, what should I do
to include standard gst packages?
What should I do to be able to use the graphical browser on my local
2. gst with jit enabled segfault when accesing the menu of the
address@hidden:~$ which gst
address@hidden:~$ gst -qK blox/Run.st
GNU Smalltalk Ready
Erreur de segmentation <--- Segfault in French :)
My config: gst-1.95.10 --enable-jit on Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 (woody),
glibc 2.2, gcc 2.95.4, x86 processor
Thanks for any help,
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