problem upgrading to chicken 5.1.0: srfi-1.types': No such file or directory

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problem upgrading to chicken 5.1.0: srfi-1.types': No such file or directory

Marco Maggi-2
Ciao,

  I am trying  to upgrade from CHICKEN 5.0 to  5.1.  Core's installation
was fine; but now some eggs installations fail.  For example:

   $ (umask 0 ; chicken-install coops -sudo)

does some work and fails with:

building srfi-1
   /opt/chicken/5.1.0/bin/csc -host -D compiling-extension -J -s -regenerate-import-libraries -setup-mode -I /home/marco/.cache/chicke-install/srfi-1 -C -I/home/marco/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-1 -O3 -d0 srfi-1.scm -o /home/marco/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-1/srfi-1.o
   /opt/chicken/5.1.0/bin/csc -setup-mode -s -host -I /home/marco/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-1 -C -I/home/marco/.cache/chicken-instal/srfi-1 -O3 -d0 srfi-1.import.scm -o /home/marco/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-1/srfi-1.import.so
  installing srfi-1
install: cannot stat '/home/marco/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-1/srfi-1.types': No such file or directory

Error: shell command terminated with nonzero exit code
256

I  get  the  same  when  trying to  install  "breadline".   When  trying
"r6rs-bytevectors" I get:

building srfi-69
   /opt/chicken/5.1.0/bin/csc -host -D compiling-extension -J -s -regenerate-import-libraries -setup-mode -I /home/marco/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-69 -C -I/home/marco/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-69 -O3 -d0 srfi-69.scm -o /home/marco/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-69/srfi-69.so
   /opt/chicken/5.1.0/bin/csc -setup-mode -s -host -I /home/marco/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-69 -C -I/home/marco/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-69 -O3 -d0 srfi-69.import.scm -o /home/marco/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-69/srfi-69.import.so
  installing srfi-69
install: cannot stat '/home/marco/.cache/chicken-install/srfi-69/srfi-69.types': No such file or directory

Error: shell command terminated with nonzero exit code
256

Is this my fault?

  The  eggs "procedural-macros"  and "system-information"  are installed
without errors.
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Re: problem upgrading to chicken 5.1.0: srfi-1.types': No such file or directory

felix.winkelmann
> Ciao,
>
>   I am trying  to upgrade from CHICKEN 5.0 to  5.1.  Core's installation
> was fine; but now some eggs installations fail.  For example:

Hi!


Can you run "chicken-install -purge" and rerun the installation
of the problematic eggs with "-v"?


felix


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Re: problem upgrading to chicken 5.1.0: srfi-1.types': No such file or directory

Marco Maggi-2
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>>   I am trying  to upgrade from CHICKEN 5.0 to  5.1.  Core's installation
>> was fine; but now some eggs installations fail.  For example:

> Can you run "chicken-install -purge" and rerun the installation
> of the problematic eggs with "-v"?

Stale cache!  It worked after the purge...  This is not the first time I
make this mistake.  I wonder if it is possible to have "chicken-install"
print a warning if it detects a new version of chicken is being used?

Sorry for the noise.
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Re: problem upgrading to chicken 5.1.0: srfi-1.types': No such file or directory

felix.winkelmann
> [hidden email] wrote:
>
> >>   I am trying  to upgrade from CHICKEN 5.0 to  5.1.  Core's installation
> >> was fine; but now some eggs installations fail.  For example:
>
> > Can you run "chicken-install -purge" and rerun the installation
> > of the problematic eggs with "-v"?
>
> Stale cache!  It worked after the purge...  This is not the first time I
> make this mistake.  I wonder if it is possible to have "chicken-install"
> print a warning if it detects a new version of chicken is being used?

Usually old contents in the cache shouldn't make a difference,
but apparently this isn't always the case. We should investigate
this.

>
> Sorry for the noise.

No noise at all! This shouldn't happen, so thanks for reporting
the problem.


felix


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