[Openmcl-devel] Clozure CL 1.3-RC1 available

Bruce O'Neel ecl at pckswarms.ch
Tue Mar 10 02:43:25 PDT 2009


Just to give another data point.

I just tried a MacBook with a core duo (not a core duo 2) running Tiger, 
and, it worked fine.

I used the ccl from

svn co http://svn.clozure.com/publicsvn/openmcl/release/1.3/darwinx86/ccl

downloaded this morning.  The SVN version was 11804, but, the actual
binary verison downloaded is a bit older.  I couldn't spend too much time 
since it's not my system.



On Mon, Mar 09, 2009 at 04:22:50PM -0700, John Stoneham wrote:
> > I was able to upgrade the copy of OSX server to 10.4.11 (cable modems
> > are wonderful things ...).  Both the trunk and 1.3-rc1 versions of
> > the lisp seem to behave as expected in that environment.
> I just updated to the latest trunk and I still get my same (bizarre) behavior. BTW, I'm not sure if I mentioned this before, but I dual-boot Tiger and Leopard on this machine. I get the same behavior on both Tiger and Leopard, so I doubt the "Server" edition has anything to do with it. I usually boot into Tiger, so it's possible I only mentioned Tiger in this context, but I have tried it under Leopard on this same machine, and it still has the same problem.
> > 
> > I'm curious about what's going on here and will try to look at it
> > as time permits, but right now time doesn't permit a lot.
> I do have Parallels installed (on both the Tiger and Leopard partitions), but I only run it when I need to (not very often). However, there are some Parallels kexts that are loaded during startup, so maybe this is what you were talking about. I don't know, though. I don't seem to have similar problems with any other software, so it's very confusing to me.
> Thanks for looking into this anyway. It would be nice to hear from one other person with a 32-bit machine as to whether it works for them or not. Who knows, I may just have a fluke processor that's borking on some instruction it shouldn't. *shrug*
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