[Openmcl-devel] Hi from new user

Ray ray.yy.lv at gmail.com
Mon Feb 23 08:46:44 UTC 2009


Hi
Can you use slime under win32?

>Hi!
> I'm running ccl1.3 under win32. Some oddities are found.
>1. unable to (rebuild-ccl :clean t). It seems to hang up at loading 
>levelnfasload.wx32fsl. For now I've checked it on two hosts, will try
>one other host tomorrow. This may be caused by some viruses though. 
>So all subsequent is related to 1.3 release which I get from svn. 
>2. #p"md5.asd.lnk" -> #P"md5'.asd.lnk"
>Neither clisp nor lispworks do so, so I think it is a bug. 
>. Similar things happen under linux32:
>#p"md5.asd.lnk" -> #P"md5\.asd.lnk" or something like this.
>3. When running on terminal, 
>"a
>b"
>reads in as a string of
>#\a,#\Return,#\b
>not as string of
>#\a,#\Newline,#\b
>This causes problems when capturing
>output of win32 console programs. 
>4. 
>(probe-file "d:/ccl/lib") -> ok
>(probe-file "d:/ccl\\lib") -> ok
>(probe-file "d:\\ccl\\lib") -> "d is not a defined logical host"
>I'd like to try fix it myself, but this looks 
>impossible as I can't build. 
>Thanks...
>Budden

2009-02-23 



Ray 



发件人: Denis Bodyak 
发送时间: 2009-02-23  16:42:33 
收件人: openmcl-devel 
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主题: [Openmcl-devel] Hi from new user 
 
Hi!
 I'm running ccl1.3 under win32. Some oddities are found.
1. unable to (rebuild-ccl :clean t). It seems to hang up at loading 
levelnfasload.wx32fsl. For now I've checked it on two hosts, will try
one other host tomorrow. This may be caused by some viruses though. 
So all subsequent is related to 1.3 release which I get from svn. 
2. #p"md5.asd.lnk" -> #P"md5'.asd.lnk"
Neither clisp nor lispworks do so, so I think it is a bug. 
. Similar things happen under linux32:
#p"md5.asd.lnk" -> #P"md5\.asd.lnk" or something like this.
3. When running on terminal, 
"a
b"
reads in as a string of
#\a,#\Return,#\b
not as string of
#\a,#\Newline,#\b
This causes problems when capturing
output of win32 console programs. 
4. 
(probe-file "d:/ccl/lib") -> ok
(probe-file "d:/ccl\\lib") -> ok
(probe-file "d:\\ccl\\lib") -> "d is not a defined logical host"
I'd like to try fix it myself, but this looks 
impossible as I can't build. 
Thanks...
Budden
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