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- Subject: Re: compiling LUA for uClinux
- From: Asko Kauppi <asko.kauppi@...>
- Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2005 15:39:57 +0300
You might be interested in an int32 patch I did for Lua 5.1 lately. It
is totally transparent to applications, but stores integers as such
internally. Thus, it sort-of brings the best of both worlds, you can
have floats, but you don't need to compromise on integer range, or
performance, if you do.
As well known, using only floats will reduce integer accuracy to 23
bits (float mantissa). After that, the numbers will start losing their
31.3.2005 kello 14:48, DC kirjoitti:
Julien MARBACH wrote:
I would like to build lua for uClinux. I've searched this mailing
list archive and found that the subject have been once discussed but
it hasn't resolved my problem. I have to modify the lua makefile to
make it ucLinux-compatible i. e. change the compiler to m68k-elf-gcc,
change libC to ucLibc ...
If anybody has ever done it, any help would be welcome.
I just did this for with 5.1 work 5. Only changes were to
CC = arm-elf-gcc
AR = arm-elf-ar rcu
RANLIB = arm-elf-ranlib
I also changed LUA_NUMBER from double to int.