Re: [dev] Introducing SEE, the Simple Executing Engine

From: pancake <>
Date: Sun, 23 Oct 2011 13:44:24 +0200

More notes:
- add a space between -o and the filename when linking. This is also breaking the build.

- defining gcheader foo to 24 makes the build happen, but full of pointer/int warnings which i imagine this is just wrong pointer arithmetics that will result in segfaults.

- im also seeing wrong format strings like using %x instrad of %p ..

- make clean fails

Im not going to execute something that the compilers says its wrong at first place. The idea looks cool but needs a big cleanup in order to make it happy with pointers and be 64bit friendly.

- i would like it more if the LOCs get under 2kloc :P

On 23/10/2011, at 12:30, Pierre Chapuis <> wrote:

> On 23.10.2011 12:20, Pierre Chapuis wrote:
>> Precision: breaks *on a 64 bits machine* (gc_header_t is a pointer
>> so gc_header_s is 8 bytes larger than GC_HEADER_SPACE).
> OK, apparently just setting GC_HEADER_SPACE to 24 makes it build
> and run simple tests. Sorry for the noise.
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