[Openmcl-devel] running App Store distro with Slime (was: Re: test version of Mojave-compatible app store ccl)

Dave Cooper david.cooper at genworks.com
Tue Oct 30 12:13:13 PDT 2018

Hi Matt,

I'm trying to run this on MacOS 10.13.6 before daring to upgrade to Mojave.

Question: how can I run this version/distribution of CCL with Slime? The
only executable I see is a dx86cl64 in Contents/MacOS/, and if I set that
as a slime-lisp-implementation, it starts a CCL IDE when I try

  M-- M-x slime

and give the name of that implementation.

The CCL IDE does look nice, and I'd like to spend some time checking it out
as well, but emacs/slime is still my old default fallback...



On Sat, Oct 27, 2018 at 6:19 PM R. Matthew Emerson <rme at acm.org> wrote:

> Hi everyone.
> I just packaged a test version of an updated CCL for the Mac App Store.
> This version will run on Mojave.
> If anyone wants to test this version out and make sure there are no
> disastrous issues with it before I submit it to Apple, I'd appreciate that.
> Get it from http://setf.clozure.com/~rme/ccl.pkg.
> Don't double-click it.  You have to install it with
> sudo installer -store -pkg ccl.pkg -target /
> Let me know how it goes if you try it out.  I'd like to submit the update
> to the Mac App Store soon.
> -m
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My Best,

Dave Cooper, david.cooper at gen.works
genworks.com, gendl.org
+1 248-330-2979
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