I've recently started tinkering with Common Music, a Lisp system for
mucking about (in my case, anyway) with music score generation. In
order to build it, it creates a new core file for CMUCL, or a .mem
file for Clisp. So far, so good. Both work, no problem.
Now, to try and run this within ilisp (5.11.1), I set the command to
use with: (setq cmulisp-program "lisp -core /usr/lib/cmucl/cm.core"),
or the Clisp equivalent. Again, both seem fine. However, the CMUCL
version is now unable to do M-tab completion, though other parts such
as loading, running and getting Hyperspec entries all work.
If I change the cmulisp-program to the default, it works, but of
course is now missing the bits I added. The Clisp version with the
alternate .mem file works the same as before.
Any ideas? I suspect that it should be simple, though I'm not sure