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From: William Brown <qcorp@ea...> - 2004-02-29 00:42:52
Thank you for your speedy reply. I found the web site below (the new install.bat file) but nothing on the site downloads or links. Hope the problem is temporary. I'll keep trying.
William Brown, Ph.D.
> I have downloaded Clist 2.32 win 32 onto my HP Pavilion N5425 laptop
> using Windows XP. However, the program will not install by clicking
> on the install.bat file nor by using Run on the Start menu.
> Change what strings in src/config.lisp?
*editor*, *load-paths*, *clhs-root-default* and others as you see fit.
> Change them to what?
to whatever better reflects your environment.
> There is only one lisp.exe file and it has a long name
> lisp.exe-0F44C2DE.pf. It will not start when clicked nor using RUN on
> the Start menu. Also the lisp.exe file resides in
you should have downloaded a zip file and un-zipped it into a
directory, something like "c:\gnu\clisp-2.32\".
if winzip or windows, in a miguided attempt to protect you from viruses,
do not let you do that, you will need to download info-zip. (google for it)
Sam Steingold (http://www.podval.org/~sds) running w2k
<http://www.camera.org> <http://www.iris.org.il> <http://www.memri.org/>
There are two ways to write error-free programs; only the third one works.