On Mon, Jan 7, 2013 at 4:45 PM, Peter Enerccio <email@example.com> wrote:Most likely this is due to the fact that the string is not a base-string, but a unicode-string. In that circumstance the C routine cannot cope with the buffer pointer and the FFI refuses to perform the appropriate C call.
Hello, I am trying to use SB-BSD-SOCKETS in ecl, however, since there is no documentation about that, I am using documentation on SBCL webpage (which is supposed to be the same for sockets), however, SOCKET-SEND according to help on sbcl webpage can accept string as buffer, however, this method is failing for me in ecl:I am not sure how to proceed on this.Juanjo
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