From: Raymond Toy <toy@rt...> - 2000-05-19 17:23:58
I notice that I can't compile XML because Gray streams are loaded by
default in CMUCL (I think because you can't recompile CMUCL with a
CMUCL with Gray streams loaded).
How do we intend to handle this? Load up the Gray streams files as
part of clocc.lisp?
From: Sam Steingold <sds@gn...> - 2000-05-19 19:10:18
>>>> In message <14629.30810.296335.877582@...>
>>>> On the subject of "CMUCL, XML, and Gray streams"
>>>> Sent on Fri May 19 12:19:07 EDT 2000
>>>> Honorable Raymond Toy <toy@...> writes:
>> I notice that I can't compile XML because Gray streams are loaded by
>> default in CMUCL (I think because you can't recompile CMUCL with a
>> CMUCL with Gray streams loaded).
>> How do we intend to handle this?
I cat the *.sparcf files from all your fixes with the gray *.sparcf to
the end of clocc-top.sparcf
>> Load up the Gray streams files as part of clocc.lisp?
why? This is a fix to a *FREE* lisp, so the idea (IMO) should be: don't
create temp fixes, go to the source, fix it there and distribute the
result. It doesn't work with CMUCL because of the bootstrapping
okay, what about loading "cmucl-fix" (when exists)?
Sam Steingold (http://www.podval.org/~sds)
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