Last revision: January 8, 2013
The most recent version of my updates to Guido Draheim's SourceForge svn repository for PFE are to be found in branches/dnw/pfe-33. They get merged back into trunk/pfe-33 on an indefinite schedule. If you already have an svn checkout of the branch, just do svn update in the appropriate directory, and proceed with the build starting at step 4 or 5.
cd /usr/local/svn/pfe/dnw svn co http://pfe.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/pfe/branches/dnw/
./configure --prefix=$HOME --with-cflags=-DUNROLL_NEXT --with-regs=many --with-opt=3When I do OS X on a computer at home, I have access to /usr/local, and I execute the following:
./configure --with-regs=all --with-cflags=-DUNROLL_NEXT --with-opt=3
make make check make installCurrently make check gives an error for exceptn under OS X. I just ignore it.
/usr/local/i386 /usr/local/x86_64We assume a gcc compiler that works with both -m32 and -m64. The first three steps below are to be done twice, once for 32 and once for 64 bits, from within the local svn checkout directory, pfe-33.
rm -r Darwin*or
rm -r Linux*
cd /usr/local/bin ln -s /usr/local/i386/bin/pfe pfe32 ln -s /usr/local/x86_64/bin/pfe pfe64You may want to make an extra link named pfe for whichever one of these is to be your default.
/usr/local/shareand architecture-dependent files go into
/usr/local/i386/bin /usr/local/i386/lib /usr/local/i386/includeor into
/usr/local/x86_64/bin /usr/local/x86_64/lib /usr/local/x86_64/includeActually only a few of the include files are architecture-dependent, namely:
config.h _config.h _target.hBut with the current PFE configuration logic, the above dual build scheme leaves copies of all PFE header files into both i386/include and x86_64/include.
Note that this scheme does not produce dual-architecture (fat) binaries under darwin.