[Openmcl-devel] Re: Status of Cocoa under Tiger?

Tord Kallqvist Romstad romstad at math.uio.no
Fri May 13 08:35:53 UTC 2005


Dan Knapp <dankna at accela.net> writes:

> > The Cocoa demo seems to work correctly in 050511 running in OS X 10.4,
> > but I have not been able to use Bosco to build Cocoa applications in
> > 10.4.  The simple cocoa example application delivered with Bosco
> > compiles without any error messages, but crashes instantly at startup:
> >
> >> Error: value #<A Dead Mac Pointer> is not of the expected type MACPTR.
> >> While executing: CCL::OBJC-SUBCLASS-P
> 
>    There seem to be a number of ways to get that - I was messing
> with that last month, and have gotten that same error under 10.3,
> both with Bosco and with any other saved Lisp image that has the
> Cocoa stuff preloaded.  I didn't find a solution, unfortunately.

In 10.3, at least very simple Bosco Cocoa applications worked.  I had
some problems with more complicated applications, but I was always
able to solve them by moving the problematic parts of the code to
.dfsl files which were loaded when the application had finished
launching.  

-- 
Tord Romstad



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