[Openmcl-devel] check-for-updates not functioning (was Visual bugs in the IDE)
john at mcaleely.com
Thu May 21 04:15:25 PDT 2009
> ? (run-program "svn" (list "info" "/Applications/ccl/") :output t)
I evaluated this at the listener in the IDE and got:
#<EXTERNAL-PROCESS (svn info /Applications/ccl/) (EXITED : 71)
and no other output.
Typing svn info at the console inside /Applications/ccl produces:
Repository Root: http://svn.clozure.com/publicsvn/openmcl
Repository UUID: 8bdb8f1d-59ce-db11-9e41-0016172a54ae
Node Kind: directory
Last Changed Author: gb
Last Changed Rev: 11870
Last Changed Date: 2009-03-31 11:54:52 +0100 (Tue, 31 Mar 2009)
and 'which svn' reveals that it is not on the path noted above:
I've certainly installed newer versions of svn on this machine than
come with OSX, and I'm aware that a bazaar plugin has probably
installed (or depends on) some other version of svn on this machine.
> Does that generate several lines of output (lines starting with
> "Path:", "URL:", etc.) ? Does the EXTERNAL-PROCESS that's returned
> exit with an exit status of 0 (its printed representation would
> '(EXITED : 0)' in that case ?
> ? (getenv "PATH")
> will (not surprisingly) return the value of the PATH environment
> variable; for a GUI application (which is ultimately a descendant
> of the "LoginWindow" process, IIRC"), that's often something
> a good deal more ... spartan than what one sees in the shell:
> On Leopard, svn is usually installed in /usr/bin; if you're
> running Leopard and svn is installed there, then I don't have
> a good idea of why this doesn't work. If svn isn't installed
> in some directory that's on the IDE process's PATH, then things
> would likely behave as you describe.
More information about the Openmcl-devel