[Openmcl-devel] Save-Application error "NIL is not of expected type REAL"

Bill St. Clair billstclair at gmail.com
Mon Jul 13 15:26:36 UTC 2009


We worked around this problem for Deylen on #ccl early this morning by
using a path to wx86cl.exe instead of "t" as the value for :prepend
kernel.

I was able to reproduce it in the 1.3 release branch by, IIRC,
starting CCL with /path/to/wx86cl.exe, instead of a script that sets
CCL_DEFAULT_DIRECTORY before doing that. You end up in a broken world
where you can't do a stack backtrace. I hadn't noticed it before,
because I usually use a "ccl" script that sets CCL_DEFAULT_DIRECTORY.

-Bill

On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 11:17 AM, Gary Byers<gb at clozure.com> wrote:
>
>
> On Mon, 13 Jul 2009, Deylen wrote:
>
>> Windows XP, fresh install of revision 12402.
>>
>> When running (save-application "test" :prepend-kernel t)
>> I get: "Error: value NIL is not of the expected type REAL. While executing:
>> CCL::<-2, in process Initial(0)."
>> then I get dropped to the REPL.
>
> I can't reproduce this. When you say that you get dropped into the
> REPL, do you mean that you got dropped into a break loop ?  If so,
> what does the backtrace look like ?
>
>>
>> In Archlinux the above command works perfectly and creates a binary
>> executable kernel.
>>
>>
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