If this turns out to be a dumb question, I'm sorry. I have dug through the
docs, and read the faq and I haven't found what I need.
I have downloaded and installed the binary distribution of CLISP for Solaris
2.6. I would like to use the CLX and PostgreSQL modules. CLISP is working
correctly, but is installed under my home directory, not /usr/local.
CLX seems to be included, but I can't get the makefile to work correctly.
It fails with the message:
make: Fatal error: Don't know how to make target `defsystem.lsp'
PostgreSQL does not seem to be there.
I have a number of questions...
What am I doing wrong, that I cannot compile the CLX?
What does clisp-link really do? Am I only supposed to run it once, or every
time I need to use CLX?
Where can I get the PostgreSQL module? Are there other database modules
available? (Oracle, MySql, etc)
Thanks in advance
National Atlas of Canada
From: Sam Steingold <sds@gn...> - 2000-04-05 21:55:30
>>>> In message <2951561DB3DDD0118FEC00805FFE980503BB46CC@...>
>>>> On the subject of "[clisp-list] newbie question re modules, esp CLX"
>>>> Sent on Wed Apr 05 14:12:27 EDT 2000
>>>> Honorable "Brooks, Rupert" <Rupert.Brooks@...> writes:
>> PostgreSQL does not seem to be there.
the PostgreSQL module uses the C libraries - do you have PostgreSQL
installed on your solaris machine?
>> Where can I get the PostgreSQL module? Are there other database
>> modules available? (Oracle, MySql, etc)
clisp includes socket interface, so if you can connect to the database
via a socket, you are there already.
that said, you might want to visit :
Sam Steingold (http://www.podval.org/~sds)
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