[Openmcl-devel] Slime/Clozure/Windows C-c C-c not working

Matt Lamari matt.lamari at gmail.com
Sun Jul 26 11:30:19 UTC 2009




Would you be able to email me more of your config?

I moved to (non-Xemacs) GNU Emacs to try to standardize on your
results.  (Reinstalling GNU Emacs and downloading a new/latest slime)

With Gnu Emacs I cannot start slime at all - I get the error "Spawning
child process: invalid arguments".  I've tried entering the link to
CCL/Scripts/CCL64 in all the path forms I could think of but it didn't help.

Thanks,
Matt



R. Matthew Emerson wrote:
>
> On Jul 25, 2009, at 11:31 AM, Matt Lamari wrote:
>
>> Platform:  Vista 64, Slime, XEmacs, latest Win64 Clozure binary.  Seems
>> to work just fine, except:
>>
>>> From slime interactive, I can't figure a way to send a "break" to CCL.
>> Even sending "C-c C-c" from the "signals" drop menu causes the problem.
>>
>> C-c C-c from menu:
>>
>> ?   misc-user
>> Process inferior-lisp interrupt
>>
>> C-c C-c from keyboard:
>>
>> ?   C-c C-c
>> Process inferior-lisp interrupt
>>
>>
>> In both cases, it stays polling and the lisp stays up; but the 2 have
>> clearly stopped talking. . . .
>
> I think you're typing at the *inferior-lisp* buffer and not to a SLIME
> repl.
>
> It almost sounds to me as though SLIME isn't working for you.  (Or
> else you're not loading the slime-repl contrib on startup.)
>
> http://trac.clozure.com/openmcl/wiki/InstallingSlime describes a
> configuration that works for me.
>
> Using GNU Emacs 22.3 on Vista x64, C-c C-c interrupts the lisp when
> I'm typing at a SLIME repl (i.e., the buffer is named *slime-repl ccl*).
>
> If I try to use C-c C-c in the *inferior-lisp* buffer, I see the same
> sort of behavior that you report.
>




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