[Openmcl-devel] Problems with openMCL slime and Aquamacs (Mac OS X)

Philippe Sismondi psismondi at arqux.com
Fri Oct 23 19:22:31 UTC 2009


Ok, thanks Robert. I tried your suggestion. I started ccl directly  
from the command line and loaded asdf.lisp without problem. I tried  
this about 20 times, but no errors occurred.

Any hints as to what I might try next? I note that one of the  
available restarts allows reloading swank-asdf.lisp. Does that perhaps  
mean there is some slime-related problem after all?


On 2009-10-23, at 12:18 PM, Robert Goldman wrote:

> Philippe Sismondi wrote:
> [...snip...]
>> ========
>>
>> I get these errors whether I use the latest asdf.lisp (from the asdf
>> site) or the one that comes with ccl.
>>
>> I am running OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. I re-installed all relevant
>> pieces (Aquamacs, slime, and openMCL/ccl today to make sure I am up  
>> to
>> date. This did not help. I get the same problems whether I use 32- or
>> 64-bit versions of ccl.
>>
>>
>> I have this version of ccl/openmcl:
>>
>> 	ccl: Version 1.3-r11936
>>
>> I have the Oct. 22 build of slime, downloaded from the Aquamacs site.
>> When slime loads correctly it shows this in the slime-repl buffer:
>>
>> 	; SLIME 2009-10-21
>>
>> I have Aquamacs distribution 1.9.
>>
>> Is there a known problem with this? I see that there have been some
>> issues from time to time in the past that may be related, but my
>> googling attempts to sort it out did not reveal anything informative.
>
> This looks like a simple ASDF + CCL problem, with emacs being a red  
> herring.
>
> Suggestion:  start CCL in a terminal window, with no emacs and no  
> slime,
> and then load asdf.lisp and see what happens, then get back to us.
>
> best,
>
> r




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