[Openmcl-devel] Is this a known problem?

Gary Byers gb at clozure.com
Sat May 18 06:17:59 UTC 2013


You might try cmd-e vs cmd-shift-e.  (I've only been using a Mac for 
28 years and am not sure if those are equivalent but think that
they might be.)

In the IDE, the init file is loaded in the initial listener thread
when it starts up ... unless the shift key is down at that point in time.
(Just like MCL!  Good thing that the OS and application model haven't
changed.)

A listener is ordinarily created when the IDE starts up, unless
it's started by double-clicking on a .lisp file (rather than on
the application icon.)  If you're starting the lisp by double-clicking
on a .lisp file and the listener's created in response to cmd-shift-e,
there's a good chance that the shift key is still seen to be down
when the listener starts up.

On Fri, 17 May 2013, Ron Garret wrote:

> I'm way behind the times, running version 1.8-store-r15418.  If I start the IDE and the first thing I do is open a file and evaluate it with cmd-shift-E then my ccl-init file does not get loaded.  If I select the evaluate-all menu item with the mouse then ccl-init gets loaded normally.
>
> Is this a known problem?  Has it been fixed in more recent versions?  I'm running Snow Leopard and using CCL for something mission-critical, so I'm a little gun-shy of upgrading at this point.
>
> Thanks,
> rg
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