[Openmcl-devel] Slime/Clozure/Windows C-c C-c not working
matt.lamari at gmail.com
Sat Jul 25 13:37:36 PDT 2009
I don't get that message; but I CAN run lisp as I'm in.
Welcome to Clozure Common Lisp Version 1.3-dev-r11878M-trunk
; While executing: SWANK-BACKEND::WARN-UNIMPLEMENTED-INTERFACES, in
;; Swank started at port: 63968.
I DO only see "Polling "/tmp/slime.xxxx" in the polling area.
But I CAN run common lisp commands, load in libraries, etc.
? (length (make-list 1000))
If my setup is suspect, any pointers on how I should go about diagnosing
it? I'd like to know if this was a setup error on my part (since it IS
running slime) or inherent to XEmacs/Slime/CCL/Win32. . . ?
Helmut Eller wrote:
> * Matt Lamari [2009-07-25 20:56+0200] writes:
>> Does nothing. "Not connected" goes to the log; but it has no effect on
>> the REPL/listener (if in a loop, it stays there, if not, you can
>> proceed/no effect).
> OK, let's try again.
> Make sure that you start CCL with M-x slime and that you get a greeting
> message like: "Connected. May the source be with you!"
> [If you only see things like "Polling "/tmp/slime.2971".. in the echo
> area, something is wrong with your setup.]
> When you have a working connection you can do `M-x slime-list-threads'.
> Then in the *SLIME Threads* buffer, press d (for Debug) on the runaway
> thread. Depending on your setup the interesting thread is either the
> listener, repl-thread, or a worker thread.
> [Don't press d on the control-thread or the reader-thread because those
> are needed for the communication with Emacs.]
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