#4 wrong-type-argument stringp nil

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nobody
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2002-02-09
2002-02-09
Anonymous
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hello,

i would like to use ilisp on emacs on windows. i tried
it on emacs 20.7 and emacs 21.1 and both times get the
same error:
wrong-type-argument stringp nil

i really don't see where the problem comes from?

here is a backtrace:
Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument
stringp nil)
start-process("clisp-hs" #<buffer *clisp-
hs*> "~/clisp-2.27/lisp.exe" "-I" "-B" "~/clisp-
2.27/" "-M" "~/clisp-2.27/lispinit.mem")
apply(start-process "clisp-hs" #<buffer *clisp-
hs*> "~/clisp-2.27/lisp.exe" ("-I" "-B" "~/clisp-
2.27/" "-M" "~/clisp-2.27/lispinit.mem"))
comint-exec-1("clisp-hs" #<buffer *clisp-
hs*> "~/clisp-2.27/lisp.exe" ("-I" "-B" "~/clisp-
2.27/" "-M" "~/clisp-2.27/lispinit.mem"))
comint-exec(#<buffer *clisp-hs*> "clisp-hs" "~/clisp-
2.27/lisp.exe" nil ("-I" "-B" "~/clisp-2.27/" "-
M" "~/clisp-2.27/lispinit.mem"))
make-comint-in-buffer("clisp-hs" nil "~/clisp-
2.27/lisp.exe" nil "-I" "-B" "~/clisp-2.27/" "-
M" "~/clisp-2.27/lispinit.mem")
apply(make-comint-in-buffer "clisp-hs" nil "~/clisp-
2.27/lisp.exe" nil ("-I" "-B" "~/clisp-2.27/" "-
M" "~/clisp-2.27/lispinit.mem"))
make-comint("clisp-hs" "~/clisp-2.27/lisp.exe" nil "-
I" "-B" "~/clisp-2.27/" "-M" "~/clisp-
2.27/lispinit.mem")
apply(make-comint "clisp-hs" "~/clisp-2.27/lisp.exe"
nil ("-I" "-B" "~/clisp-2.27/" "-M" "~/clisp-
2.27/lispinit.mem"))
ilisp("clisp-hs" setup-clisp-hs)
ilisp-start-dialect("clisp-hs" nil setup-clisp-hs)
clisp-hs(nil nil)
call-interactively(clisp-hs)
execute-extended-command(nil)
* call-interactively(execute-extended-command)

many thanks for any comments!

Discussion

  • Logged In: NO

    I'm sorry, this is no problem with ilisp!
    I just noticed, that ilisp works fine as soon as i run
    emacs as administrator. I guess there is some problem with
    access rights.