We've never had any problems running dumped cores (except for a
problem with sb-bsd-sockets which has been fixed) so I can't claim to
have fixed any problems with DLLs.
On Apr 30, 2009, at 12:28 PM, Gabriel Dos Reis wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 4:15 PM, Stephen Westfold <westfold@...
> > wrote:
>> We would like to remove the "Your Kitten of Death awaits!" message
>> when starting sbcl on windows as it is not something we want our
>> customers to see when using our applications.
> I made similar request a while ago, but never got a satisfactory
>> I haven't yet succeeded
>> in building sbcl from sources on windows although I will continue
>> trying when I have time. In fact we have found sbcl on windows (as
>> well as on linux and Mac OS X) to be very reliable for our purposes.
> My understanding was that, there is a reason why the message
> was there. If I understand correctly, it has to do with the way
> DLLs work on windows, and the SBCL dumps its core. So,
> my question to you is whether you have been able to solve
> that problem. If yes, it would be great to let the SBCL developers
> -- Gaby