> From: Juan Jose Garcia Ripoll <worm@...>
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> Cc: ecls-list@..., Marco Antoniotti <marcoxa@...>
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> X-Original-Date: Thu, 28 Nov 2002 10:53:25 +0100
> Date: Thu, 28 Nov 2002 10:53:25 +0100
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> On Thursday 28 November 2002 03:03, Edi Weitz wrote:
> > [...] So I updated
> > both my CVS trees for CLOCC and ECL some minutes ago, rebuilt ECL and
> > then tried to compile defsystem again, but no luck... I ended up with this:
> > [ lots of compiler messages snipped ]
> > ;;; Compiling (EVAL-WHEN (COMPILE) ...).
> > ;;; Compiling (DEFUN SYSTEM-SOURCE-SIZE ...).
> > ;;; Compiling (DEFUN FILE-LIST-SIZE ...).
> > ;;; No FASL generated.
> > Hmm, what's that? ECL simply refuses to compile the file without
> > telling me why...
> No, ECL has told you why, but you did not find the error messages. If you
> search the whole listing of compiler messages, you will find
> ;;; Compiling (DEFMACRO DEFINE-LANGUAGE ...).
> ;;; Compiling (DEFUN SCHEME-COMPILE-FILE ...).
> ;;; Error: In a call to FIND-SYMBOL, the type of the form
> '#:INTERACTION-ENVIRONMENT is SYMBOL, not STRING.
> ;;; Compiling (PROGN (SI:*MAKE-SPECIAL '*C-COMPILER*) ...).
> ;;; Compiling (SETQ *C-COMPILER* ...).
> ;;; The variable *C-COMPILER* is undefined.
> The error is caused by a call to FIND-SYMBOL with a symbol argument. That is
> against the ANSI definition of FIND-SYMBOL, which expects a string.
> Therefore, the function SCHEME-COMPILE-FILE in defsystem.lisp should look as
Good catch. I will put it in tomorrow.
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