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Cannot install SRFI-207 egg

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Hello,

with the latest checkout from git
(41a1decf5762c1178a9da2250df39a28badbb736)

I get unbound variable: ##sys#core-library-modules:


chicken-install srfi-207
building srfi-207
   /home/jeronimo/pkg/scheme/chicken/ROOT-git/bin/csc-git -host -D compiling-extension -J -s -regenerate-import-libraries -setup-mode -I /home/jeronimo/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-207 -C -I/home/jeronimo/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-207 -O2 -d1 srfi-207.scm -o /home/jeronimo/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-207/srfi-207.so

Error: during expansion of (include ...) - during expansion of (define-library ...) - unbound variable: ##sys#core-library-modules

        Call history:

        <syntax>  (##core#begin (include "srfi/207.sld"))
        <syntax>  (include "srfi/207.sld") <--

Error: shell command terminated with non-zero exit status 17920: '/home/jeronimo/pkg/scheme/chicken/ROOT-git/bin/chicken-git' 'srfi-207.scm' -output-file '/home/jeronimo/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-207/srfi-207.c' -dynamic -feature chicken-compile-shared -feature compiling-extension -emit-all-import-libraries -regenerate-import-libraries -setup-mode -include-path /home/jeronimo/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-207 -optimize-level 2 -debug-level 1

Error: shell command terminated with nonzero exit code
256
"sh /home/jeronimo/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-207/srfi-207.build.sh"


Since the latest commit seems to be related to that, I tried the
previous one (1ab4f97722d8e8d829f2cc8fa08696c94bbbed8e), but got the
same error.

Am I missing something? Some dependency?

Thanks,
J.

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Re: Cannot install SRFI-207 egg

noosphere
Hello,

Could you please open an issue about this on the issue tracker for this egg:

  https://github.com/diamond-lizard/srfi-207/issues

In that issue, please include the log you posted here along with some
information about the version of Chicken you're using and what operating
system this is on.

I just reran test-new-egg on srfi-207, uninstalled and reinstalled it on
my system and could not reproduce this issue.  But I've only tested this
egg on Chicken 5.2.0, so conceivably it could have problems on other
versions.

If you're not using Chicken 5.2.0, I would recommend giving it a try.

  --Sergey

On Sat 21 Nov 2020 11:12:26 AM -03, Jeronimo Pellegrini via wrote:

> Hello,
>
> with the latest checkout from git
> (41a1decf5762c1178a9da2250df39a28badbb736)
>
> I get unbound variable: ##sys#core-library-modules:
>
>
> chicken-install srfi-207
> building srfi-207
>    /home/jeronimo/pkg/scheme/chicken/ROOT-git/bin/csc-git -host -D compiling-extension -J -s -regenerate-import-libraries -setup-mode -I /home/jeronimo/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-207 -C -I/home/jeronimo/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-207 -O2 -d1 srfi-207.scm -o /home/jeronimo/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-207/srfi-207.so
>
> Error: during expansion of (include ...) - during expansion of (define-library ...) - unbound variable: ##sys#core-library-modules
>
> Call history:
>
> <syntax>  (##core#begin (include "srfi/207.sld"))
> <syntax>  (include "srfi/207.sld") <--
>
> Error: shell command terminated with non-zero exit status 17920: '/home/jeronimo/pkg/scheme/chicken/ROOT-git/bin/chicken-git' 'srfi-207.scm' -output-file '/home/jeronimo/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-207/srfi-207.c' -dynamic -feature chicken-compile-shared -feature compiling-extension -emit-all-import-libraries -regenerate-import-libraries -setup-mode -include-path /home/jeronimo/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-207 -optimize-level 2 -debug-level 1
>
> Error: shell command terminated with nonzero exit code
> 256
> "sh /home/jeronimo/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-207/srfi-207.build.sh"
>
>
> Since the latest commit seems to be related to that, I tried the
> previous one (1ab4f97722d8e8d829f2cc8fa08696c94bbbed8e), but got the
> same error.
>
> Am I missing something? Some dependency?
>
> Thanks,
> J.