On Wed, 29 Sep 2004 14:20:37 +0100, Christophe Rhodes wrote:
> "R. Mattes" <rm@...> writes:
>> [quoted text muted]
> Cool. The code is in CVS, but on a branch: you need to get the
> sources tagged with the character_branch tag. To do this,
> /path/to/sbcl$ cvs update -r character_branch -dP
> is I think the relevant command -- if it's not, holler again and we'll
> try to get it right!
Checkout went smooth ....
> Building it for the x86 should be straightforward:
Hmm, my current box is a PPC/Linux.
> simply do
> ./make.sh, and the usual time later you should have a unicode-enabled
> sbcl. At the moment, the only external formats implemented are utf-8,
> latin1 and latin9, but they're relatively easy to add, I think.
> Similarly, there isn't really any support for passing wide characters
> in strings to C, but again once the needs are identified it shouldn't
> be too hard to achieve.
> Best of luck, and please do report back with any problems.
Ok, i'll take your offer:
Genesis went fine - here's the log:
[building initial core file in "output/cold-sbcl.core":
writing 4096 bytes [1 page] from #<SB!FASL::GSPACE :READ-ONLY>
writing 4096 bytes [1 page] from #<SB!FASL::GSPACE :STATIC>
writing 21753856 bytes [5311 pages] from #<SB!FASL::GSPACE :DYNAMIC>
* //testing for consistency of first and second GENESIS passes
//header files match between first and second GENESIS -- good
//doing warm init
This is SBCL 0.8.13.77.character.35, an implementation of ANSI Common
More information about SBCL is available at <http://www.sbcl.org/>.
??? 0.8.13 ? Is this right or is version.lisp-expr not up to date? Anyway,
after that the compile starts emmiting the following error:
debugger invoked on a SIMPLE-ERROR in thread 7536:
:ACTUAL-INITARGS (FORMAT-CONTROL FAILURE-P was set when creating ~S.
Any idea where i can start diggin'
Thank's a lot RalfD
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