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Supported architectures

The current version has been compiled and tested on:
  • x86/linux (Linux 2.6, JDK >= 1.4.1)
  • x86-64/linux (Linux 2.6, JDK >= 1.4.1)
  • arm/android (Android >= 2.0)
  • x86/MacOS (>= 10.5)
  • x86-64/MacOS (>= 10.5)
  • x86-64/Windows (>= 10, Linux Bash Shell)
  • x86-win32 (Windows 2000, XP)
  • x86-NetBSD (1.6)
  • x86-MinGW ()
  • MinGW64 ()
  • arm/maemo (maemo >= 4)
  • powerpc G4 (MacOS X xnu-201.5, 10.2, 10.3, 10.4)
  • powerpc G3 (Gentoo Linux)
  • sparc (Solaris 2.6 and 2.8, Sun JDK 1.3, Linux (Debian))
  • alpha (Digital Unix 4.0f aka True64, JDK 1.3)
  • alpha (Linux 2.2 (Debian))
  • arm (Linux (Debian))
  • ia64 (Linux (Debian))
  • ibm p660 (AIX RS-6000 4.3.3)
Bigloo is known not to compile on:
  • m68k (Linux (Debian))
  • s390 (Linux (Debian))
If you try to install Bigloo on another platform, please report about it to us.

Download

Bigloo is available on the ftp server ftp://ftp-sop.inria.fr/indes/fp/Bigloo.

The source file distribution that can be used for Unix systems and Win32/Cygwin is:

ArchLinux package:

  • To access the Arch Bigloo packages, add the following to the /etc/pacman.conf file:
    [hop]
    Server = ftp://ftp-sop.inria.fr/indes/fp/Hop/archlinux/$arch

Debian package:

  • To access the Debian Bigloo packages, add the following to the /etc/apt/sources.list file:
    deb ftp://ftp-sop.inria.fr/indes/fp/Hop/debian squeeze hop
    Currently, x86 and armel platforms are supported.

Gentoo package:

  • To access the Gentoo Bigloo packages, proceeds as follows:
    emerge -n layman    # Install layman overlay manager
    layman -a lisp      # Add and fetch the lisp overlay
    emerge bigloo::lisp # Install bigloo from lisp overlay

Ubuntu package:

  • To access the Ubuntu Bigloo packages, add the following the /etc/apt/sources.list file:
    deb ftp://ftp-sop.inria.fr/indes/fp/Hop/ubuntu precise hop

MinGW installer version (full back-ends support):

MinGW64 instructions (full back-ends support):

Win32 installer version (full back-ends support):

Arm(el) package:

Android:

  • Providing and Android for Bigloo won't make much sense. However, the process the compiling the compiler and the libraries is described in a README file that is included in the source file package.



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