[M3devel] m2tom3 Standard.m3, second try.
Rodney M. Bates
rodney_bates at lcwb.coop
Fri Nov 18 18:11:04 CET 2011
Opps, sorry. That was the unmodified version. I seem to have two different
subdirectories with m3tom3 in them. Try this one.
On 11/17/2011 02:18 PM, Mark Wickens wrote:
> On 17/11/11 17:09, Rodney M. Bates wrote:
>> I dragged this out and, if a few minutes, got m2tom3 to compile under CM3
>> by eliminating IMPORT TextF and changing 4 places from the form TextVariable[j]
>> to Text.GetChar(TextVariable,j). This is file m2tom3/src/Analyzer/Standard,m3.
>> The result is attached.
>> It compiled and linked on AMD64_LINUX, and executed enough to give the help text
>> and to translate a tiny bit of Modula-2 code.
>> I'm biting my tongue on why it was coded this way in the first place.
>> On 11/15/2011 04:44 PM, Mark Wickens wrote:
>>> I found the m2tom3 translation utility here: http://freepages.modula2.org/downloads/m2tom3-2.03.tar.gz
>>> I attempted to compile it using cm3, but I get an unknown interface:
>>> msw at x60:~/m2tom3/m2tom3/src$ cm3
>>> --- building in ../LINUXLIBC6 ---
>>> unsupported m3_option value: "-O"
>>> new source -> compiling Standard.m3
>>> "../src/Analyzer/Standard.m3", line 25: unable to find interface (TextF)
>>> 1 error encountered
>>> compilation failed => not building program "m2tom3"
>>> Fatal Error: package build failed
>>> Has anyone heard of interface TextF? Alternatively, is there a port of this utility to cm3?
>>> I recently uncovered a machine-readable copy of my degree final year project, a Meta Assembler, written in Modula-2, and wondered if I could get it to compile using the utility to work with Modula-3.
> Hi Rodney, is the version of Standard.m3 attached to your email the one you modified?
> I can still see an import of TextF.
> Thanks for the help,
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