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[12:13:45] miqlas-H: shevy: i needed to disable the stack protect, but it should work with this patch
[10:09:53] miqlas-H: I trying to port the latest ruby to Haiku, but i got this: http://termbin.com/3v3g
[10:17:21] miqlas-H: I trying to compile it in chroot. Outside it compiles fine, but not in chroot. I make something wrong.
[10:19:44] miqlas-H: I actually hate if i see warnings during the compiling. I get always warnings before the error coming, so it is a Pavlov-reflex for me, i think.
[11:01:11] miqlas-H: spudowiar: i'm using ruby (trough jekyll) since long time, but the programming site isn't interresting me. Just he posrting. And as ruby got c based bootstrap, i can port it and test it with jekyll.
[11:02:55] miqlas-H: We already have a working ruby port, but it is a bit old: ruby 2.2.2p95 (2015-04-13 revision 50295) [i586-haiku]
[11:03:53] miqlas-H: As i'm not a software developer, i cannot understand too much tings. But configure && make possible for me.
[11:19:37] miqlas-H: did i made sething wrng in my life? maybe the linker want to show me, tat something wrong in my lifestyle.
[11:21:19] miqlas-H: jhass: i'm reading this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philosophy_of_S%C3%B8ren_Kierkegaard
[18:34:57] miqlas-H: I have some problems to get Ruby compiled on Haiku. Have somebody time to help me?
[19:00:58] miqlas-H: I'm working on updating the ruby port for Haiku (latest, with gcc5 and all the shiny things). But i have some problems with it.
[19:01:54] miqlas-H: I got it compiled with some terminal hacks (without source changes), but i don't think that all this magic required. There need to be a problem with the configure script i think.
[19:05:48] miqlas-H: norc: then let me rework my sentence: I think, this defines shouldn't be needed, if the configure script would be able to handle the platform differences properly. Or maybe i'm who doing something wrong.
[10:36:41] miqlas-H: Can you tell me, how do you guys accomplished the colorized configure script output? I pretty like it.
[10:37:37] miqlas-H: It seems, there is a colorizing function in the configure script. Can i use it in other programs too? The autoconf man page doesn't say anything about it, and google search was also helpless.
[10:42:45] miqlas-H: shevy: but can we generate the configure script with enabled colorized output somehow from configure.in with autoreconf? Or is it require manual labour?
[10:43:58] miqlas-H: shevy: please, don't have big expectations yet, i got plenty problems at packaging properly ruby for Haiku..
[10:45:36] miqlas-H: As in Haiku almost everything packaged, and just extracted virtually, the good old folders became read-only, so i need to define, where should ruby put the user-addons.
[10:46:46] miqlas-H: shevy: no problem. I just really hope it will be the default in the following years. It makes the porting works really easier.
[10:48:06] miqlas-H: jhass: i know about that, and it works with the actual ruby version on Haiku (ruby 2.2.2 i think), but it creates a .gem folder in the user home folder.
[10:51:46] miqlas-H: i had a big headache because ffi, it have C supporting code, and i don'treally remember, how i made it work. I sent already a patch for ffi, but it isn't enough yet to get it work.
[10:55:16] miqlas-H: I tried to port some deep-learning softwares to haiku, but almost all of them require fortran compiler, and we doesn't have any yet.
[10:56:26] miqlas-H: shevy: i know, and there should be an symbolic link for /etc, but we doesn't have any, i suppose. So we need to hack all the sources, where it is hardcoded.
[10:57:13] miqlas-H: i tried to enable fortran in gcc, but you just doesn't want to get gcc compile in a bar.... it takes just too much time.
[11:00:01] miqlas-H: Guys, i'm trying to get as many useful programs to compile on Haiku as much as i can get. But i'm out of ideas. Can you give me any tips for cli or qt based programs what you like to see on Haiku?
[11:06:05] miqlas-H: got fish shell to compile on Haiku, but it crashes as i try to start it.... ehhh....
[11:06:38] miqlas-H: jhass: i think somebody worked on that, but out Terminal isn't enough advanced for that.
[11:12:18] miqlas-H: and tmux requires libevent, what isn't updated for Haiku yet (we have a port actually)
[11:14:36] miqlas-H: BTW, i just become lead engineer :) I got minions, they doing what i say, it is pretty good.
[11:17:28] miqlas-H: But i pretty liek the jekyll. With it i can sleep a bit better, and i don't need to think about hackers and so on.
[11:19:16] miqlas-H: I really want to port rail for Haiku, but it had plenty problems with ruby 2.2.2, so i thought maybe it would be easier with recent ruby, that's why i'm working on ruby now
[11:33:20] miqlas-H: So i'm working now on my fish-shell port for Haiku, but it is crashing in the OSX supporting code. MAybe i should hack the sources to use the linux supporting code.