[Openmcl-devel] Error when requiring cocoa

Neil Baylis neil.baylis at gmail.com
Wed Aug 25 14:44:30 UTC 2010


Ugh. I wish I were a bit smarter.

Smart enough to remember to always, always read the release notes first
would be good.

Smart enough to debug the demo that I was previously smart enough to write
would be even better. Anyway, at least I'm reproducing the problem now, so
it's only a matter of time until I fix it.

That's what I tell my boss, when he asks for estimates: "It's only a matter
of time". Strangely, that doesn't fly with him.

Neil

On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 11:45 PM, Neil Baylis <neil.baylis at gmail.com> wrote:

> I've just installed Snow Leopard, and updated ccl from svn.
>
> It fetched revision 14211
>
> I did the rebuild-ccl incantation, which worked without any complaint.
>
> Now, when I (require :cocoa)
>
> I get this:
>
> ;Loading
> #P"/Users/neil/packages/ccl/cocoa-ide/fasls/ide-self-update.dx64fsl"...
> ;Compiling "/Users/neil/packages/ccl/cocoa-ide/search-files.lisp"...
> ;Loading
> #P"/Users/neil/packages/ccl/cocoa-ide/fasls/search-files.dx64fsl"...
> ;Compiling "/Users/neil/packages/ccl/cocoa-ide/start.lisp"...
> ;Loading #P"/Users/neil/packages/ccl/cocoa-ide/fasls/start.dx64fsl"...
> ;Compiling "/Users/neil/packages/ccl/cocoa-ide/xinspector.lisp"...
> > Error: Objective-C runtime exception:
> >        *** -[NSKeyedUnarchiver initForReadingWithData:]: non-keyed
> archive cannot be decoded by NSKeyedUnarchiver
> > While executing: #<Anonymous Function #x302000F5420F>, in process
> Initial(0).
>
>
> ;;;
> ;;; #<PROCESS Initial(0) [Active] #x3020000B3DDD> requires access to Shared
> Terminal Input
> ;;; Type (:y 0) to yield control to this thread.
> ;;;
> ;Loading #P"/Users/neil/packages/ccl/cocoa-ide/fasls/xinspector.dx64fsl"...
> :COCOA
> ("FAKE-CFBUNDLE-PATH" "IDE-BUNDLE" "OBJC-PACKAGE" "SEQUENCE-UTILS"
> "NAME-TRANSLATION" "OBJC-CLOS" "OBJC-RUNTIME" "BRIDGE" "OBJC-SUPPORT"
> "COMPILE-HEMLOCK" "HEMLOCK" "SWANK-LISTENER" "COCOA")
> CL-USER>
>
> I hope I'm not going to be fined $1 for this question.
>
> Neil
>



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