I had forgotten to oad my general external directory
(add-to-list 'load-path "~/.emacs.d/..."). I forgot that the clhs.el is what
gets compiled when (require 'cl).
On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 7:32 PM, joshua bowles <bowlesling@...> wrote:
> Has anyone gotten this:
> ``cl package required at runtime``*
> I am able to run Emacs and compile whatever source files I am set up for.
> I'v looked for places to get cl but nothing ????
> I get the meassage when trying to run
> emacs -Q -l cedet-build.el -f cedet-build
> Here is the context: I had CEDET and JDE(E) up and running fine for weeks
> and have built CEDET a few times. Then I re-tooled my .emacs for Ruby,
> ``wrong type argument: integerp, (0,0)`` ) and so I tried to build CEDET
> again (and specifically JDE). But now it turns out that for some reason I am
> missing(?) the ``cl package''.
> I figure there is somethign incompatible with my Ruby, Rails, and
> over an hour.
> ((I also get a message when when emacs starts up that my jde.el file is
> ``newer than byte-compiled``)).
> Hoping someone has run across this and can save me some time, thanks.
> Joshua Bowles
> Adjunct Instructor
> English Department,
> Utah Valley University
> current project:
Utah Valley University