[Neko] Compile , load and unload modules
sorel.johann at inbox.com
Wed Nov 16 18:05:29 CET 2011
the nekoml does not seems to be install properly on my system, trying to use it result in :
/nekoml: error while loading shared libraries: libneko.so: wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS64
the version is 1.8.1-6ubuntu1 installed using apt-get.
os : lubuntu 11.10 x64
I also tryed to compile the nekovm thinking it might be a bug since it's not the last version but also encounter an error :
../bin/neko nekoml -nostd neko/Main.nml nekoml/Main.nml core/*.nml -pack ../bin/nekoml.std
../bin/neko: symbol lookup error: ../bin/zlib.ndll: undefined symbol: deflateInit_
Called from tools/install.neko line 411
Uncaught exception - Error 32512 : aborted
make: *** [libs] Erreur 1
any advice ?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ncannasse at motion-twin.com
> Sent: Wed, 16 Nov 2011 16:54:02 +0100
> To: neko at lists.motion-twin.com
> Subject: Re: [Neko] Compile , load and unload modules
> Le 16/11/2011 16:07, johann Sorel a écrit :
>> I'm starting to figure out how to setup my own paradigms on nekovm.
>> As you recomanded I'm exploring the neko and nekoml parser as examples
>> to build my own parser.
>> But the NekoML syntax is sometimes hard to read, when mixing tuples
>> declarations, functions calls. the absence or presence of parentheses
>> makes it hard to find if the code is actually calling a function or just
>> reusing a value somewhere. So I'm trying to generate the neko files for
>> those .nml and encounter compilation errors :
>> nekoc -v -p Ast.nml
>> Ast.nml(76): Unexpected ,
>> Some help would be appreciated.
> You need to use nekoml compiler to compile .ml files
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