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From: Marco Antoniotti <marcoxa@pa...> - 2000-04-06 07:06:17
First of all thanks for the latest CLisp. It fixes the problems with
logical-pathname-translations and it is thus more usable for defsystem
There is one thing I noticed in conjuction with ILISP. CLisp not
takes a very long time to come up in the ILISP inferior lisp buffer.
It eventually does and it works nicely, but before doing so it makes
ILISP stall in the :binary state for quite some time (about a minute
on my Ultra2).
I haven't really looked into this and would like to know if anybody
has noticed the same behavior.
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From: Paolo Amoroso <amoroso@mc...> - 2000-04-06 13:53:41
On Thu, 6 Apr 2000 08:57:40 +0200 (MET DST), Marco Antoniotti
> There is one thing I noticed in conjuction with ILISP. CLisp not
> takes a very long time to come up in the ILISP inferior lisp buffer.
> It eventually does and it works nicely, but before doing so it makes
> ILISP stall in the :binary state for quite some time (about a minute
> on my Ultra2).
Is your Ultra2 running a weather forecast computation in the background? :)
CLISP 2000-03-06 takes just a few seconds under Red Hat Linux 5.2 (running
on an old Pentium 200 with 64M of RAM) with GNU Emacs 20.3 and the latest
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