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From: John K. Hinsdale <hin@al...> - 2004-06-24 15:50:55
>> [J. Hinsdale]
>> But the bad news is that if you are desirous to use a pre-built CLISP,
>> which it sounds like you are, and cannot or do not wish to compile
>> your own, then you will not be able to use Oracle.
> [Sam Steingold]
> This is absolutely __NOT__ the case.
> Any CLISP binary distribution comes with
> specifically so that any user of this distribution could build his own
Oops my bad; I was confusing "need to compile the module" w/ "need to
compile CLISP" sorry. I didn't know you could just build the module
and link it in ... probably much easier now that I think about it.
Jeff, if you want to give Sam's procedure a go, I've put up a recent
version of the Oracle module source standalone on my webpage. See
Isuggest you unpack the archive at the same place you unpacked CLISP.
It will expand into
I'd be happy to help however I can w/ build issues, particularly w/
the Oracle alibs. Note I have NOT built this module on Win32, but at
the same time I would not be surprised if it "just worked". Oracle is
pretty portable; one of the most portable commercial applications
John Hinsdale, Alma Mater Software, Inc., Tarrytown, NY 10591-3710 USA
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