In comp.lang.scheme.scsh, article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
> I refer to the fact that your make(1) couldn't even find ./Makefile.
> That is quite strange, and I do not have a failure model for it.
The problem lies in installing new C libraries and not updating make(1)
which made a wrong assumption WRT directory handling.
This _is_ mentioned in the Linux libc's README.
> If you strip the binary, you will lose. The foreign-function interface
> has to have that information to know how to call C funs from Scheme
> (it has to be able to look up the address of a symol at run time).
There's a way (RTFM...) to strip out just the debugging stuff.
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