I am new to this software and want to know how I get started on using
the Lisp libraries.
In the Player user manual, section 0.1 it says a language specific
manual is available for LISP. I did not see it anywhere on the main
page or Brendan Burns' page; where do I get it?
The current problem I am having is for the lisp client, when I first
load "load.lisp", I get the error "odd number of subforms to setf" To
try to fix it, in line 144 of player-connection.lisp I took out the
#+Allegro (... somecode1...)
#+MCL (... somecode2...)
and just have
Now I can load "load" and "randomwalk.lisp" but when I just
try the function (randomwalk) I get "error - attempt to talk the value
of the unbounded variable 'player::*Player-Bannerlen*'"
I am running Redhat 9 and Allegra CL 6.2
Thank you for your time,
From: Brian Gerkey <gerkey@ro...> - 2003-12-24 19:23:29
On Tue, 23 Dec 2003, Land, Joel (Civ,ARL/HRED) wrote:
> I am new to this software and want to know how I get started on using
> the Lisp libraries.
Great! I programmed my first robot in Scheme, and have always wanted
somebody to use a form of LISP with Player (as for me, I've moved on to
> In the Player user manual, section 0.1 it says a language specific
> manual is available for LISP. I did not see it anywhere on the main
> page or Brendan Burns' page; where do I get it?
I should probably take that line out of the Player user manual.
It's referring to an older, very primitive, and never properly used LISP
client library that I wrote. There was a manual for it, but we don't
distribute that library or its manual.
As for Brendan's client library, I haven't used it and don't know
whether and to what extent it's been documented.