Squeak5.3 OK on ArmV8 Stack+Spur

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Squeak5.3 OK on ArmV8 Stack+Spur

ken.dickey
 
You'all probably know this, but I just git-cloned OpenSmalltalk and
built sqstkspur64ARMv8linuxht which interprets Squeak5.3 (and Cuis) just
fine on a Chromebook 2.

FYI,
-KenD
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Re: Squeak5.3 OK on ArmV8 Stack+Spur

timrowledge
 


> On 2020-03-17, at 11:21 AM, [hidden email] wrote:
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> You'all probably know this, but I just git-cloned OpenSmalltalk and built sqstkspur64ARMv8linuxht which interprets Squeak5.3 (and Cuis) just fine on a Chromebook 2.

OK, that adds a little extra confirmation that it is just the cog load effective address thing that got broken - aside from the fact that it appears to be the translation of it  that went wrong rather than the code directly.
tim
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Re: Squeak5.3 OK on ArmV8 Stack+Spur

Bruce O'Neel-2
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This is good to know.  I regularly build the squeak stack spur VM on both ARM 32 and ARM 64 and it continues to work.  Since I wasn't trying the cog ARM 32 one I didn't catch that it was borked.

Thanks!

cheers

bruce


17 March 2020 19:21 [hidden email] wrote:

You'all probably know this, but I just git-cloned OpenSmalltalk and
built sqstkspur64ARMv8linuxht which interprets Squeak5.3 (and Cuis) just
fine on a Chromebook 2.

FYI,
-KenD