I am sorry about your troubles, and I thank you for your persistence.
>>>> In message <N0sqObQUPEJaZFSZUo0QhEpTV6R0@...>
>>>> On the subject of "Re: Problem with CLLIB:INSPECT-CLLIB"
>>>> Sent on Tue May 23 06:02:15 EDT 2000
>>>> Honorable Paolo Amoroso <amoroso@...> writes:
>> On 22 May 2000 11:51:07 -0400, Sam Steingold <sds@...> wrote:
>> > A quick fix would be to edit inspect.lisp and add a numerical argument
>> > to open-socket-server (say, 12345).
>> I tried this fix, but I bumped into another problem:
>> ;; running ["netscape" "-remote"
>> not running on display :0.0
`browse-url' opens a window in an existing netscape.
if you don't like it, modify cllib:*browsers*.
>> *** - LISP:SOCKET-WAIT: argument NIL should be a nonnegative fixnum
this is the same kind of bug: NIL was treated differently from missing
arg. I fixed both this and the previous bug on 2000-05-16, and I see no
easy workaround (you can modify net.lisp, of course...)
>> I guess I'd better get the latest CLISP development version.
please use CVS.
Sam Steingold (http://www.podval.org/~sds)
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