From: Rick Taube <taube@ui...> - 2005-10-19 21:24:24
Hi, you might try forcing the version using cm.sh's -V arg:
cm.sh -V 2.35 -l clisp
for more tricks see: cm.sh -h
note that clisp-2.35 works fine on osx:
galen:/Lisp/cm hkt$ cm -l clisp
; Installation directory: "/Lisp/cm/"
; Loading "bin/clisp_2.35_darwin-powerpc/clm-stubs.fas"
; Loading "bin/clisp_2.35_darwin-powerpc/cmn-stubs.fas"
On Oct 19, 2005, at 2:59 PM, RDLatimer wrote:
> I'm on Debian, have just installed Clisp current version 2.35,
> but Common Music isn't able to see this version number.
> $ ./bin/cm.sh
> [Fatal ] /usr/bin/clisp: version '()' unsupported.
> [Notice ] Need clisp with -repl option (version 2.31 or higher).
> I think this most current version of CLisp isn't reporting a version
> number. I've emailed them about this:
> "() (built 3335644808) (memory 3338735517)"
> Is there a way to let cm.sh know it's okay to continue? I think this
> version of Clisp is okay, it's just not returning a version number.
> Thanks, Randy Latimer