[Openmcl-devel] Clozure CL 1.3-RC1 available

John Stoneham captnjameskirk at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 13 16:14:25 PST 2009

> If you just start the lisp and type ^C in the listener, does it behave

> itself, or do you get the same sort of "error reporting error" behavior
> or other nonsense ?

No behaving. I get the "error reporting error" and it freezes, can't even do a backtrace.

> Is the machine a "Core Duo" (as opposed to a "Core 2 Duo" ?)  E.g., a 32-bit
> machine ?  

Yes, it's a straight 32-bit machine.

> At some very low level, I can imagine that hardware differences
> could cause Mach to report the exception differently if it's raised on
> a 32-bit machine than on a 64-bit machine.  I certainly don't know that to
> be true, but I don't have a better theory, either: things seem to run
> fine for me on 10.4.11, but I'm running the 32-bit lisp on a 64-bit 
> machine.  So far, that's the only difference that I can think of.

Ouch, doesn't sound like good news. Let me know if there's anything I can test.


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