[Openmcl-devel] Clozure CL 1.2 released - type of cocoa-application ?

james anderson james.anderson at setf.de
Sun Sep 21 18:49:43 UTC 2008


hello;

On 2008-09-21, at 14:11 , Chun Tian (binghe) wrote:

> Hi,
>
>>
>> hello;
>>
>> when one starts the ide, it does not follow the documented
>> initialization protocol. that is, the init file is not loaded.
>
> What's your init file name?
> I'm using CCL 1.2 on Mac, and "~/ccl-init.lisp" works for IDE (i.e.  
> Clozure CL.app)
>

are you certain that it is being loaded anew when the ide starts and  
that you do not see the effects of the load from when ccl started in  
a shell to build the ide?

> --binghe
>
>>
>>
>> if one incorporates the simple init file loading logic from start-ccl
>> into the toplevel-function for a cocoa application, that succeeds.
>> is some reason to avoid this?
>> is there some reason that one would not want to add the call to  
>> start-
>> ccl at that point?
>>
>> the code describes a situation, wherein the only argument is a
>> process identifier, but one could extract startup parameters out of
>> the info.plist file. it's straight-forward to do, just a bit fragile
>> should an error occur.
>>
>> any reason - other than the problems with error handling at that
>> stage, to not do this?
>>
>> thanks,
>>
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