#27 #+ACL not recognized in ACL 6.0 (CL-ENV)

closed-fixed
None
5
2002-02-21
2002-02-20
No

In ACL 6.0/linux I see

CL-USER(4): (cl.env::system-info)

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
----------------------<{[ The current environment
]}>----------------------
Implementation: International Allegro CL Enterprise
Edition
version: 6.0 [Linux (x86)] (Aug 23, 2001
13:58)
Machine: type: x86
version: i686
instance: #x980a5d0
System: Linux
Error: attempt to call
`CL.ENVIRONMENT:CURRENT-DIRECTORY-PATHNAME' which is an
undefined function.
[condition type: UNDEFINED-FUNCTION]

Restart actions (select using :continue):
0: Try calling
CL.ENVIRONMENT:CURRENT-DIRECTORY-PATHNAME again.
1: Return a value instead of calling
CL.ENVIRONMENT:CURRENT-DIRECTORY-PATHNAME.
2: Try calling a function other than
CL.ENVIRONMENT:CURRENT-DIRECTORY-PATHNAME.
3: Setf the symbol-function of
CL.ENVIRONMENT:CURRENT-DIRECTORY-PATHNAME and call it
again.
4: Return to Top Level (an "abort" restart)
5: Abort #<PROCESS Initial Lisp Listener>
[1] CL-USER(5):

I think this is because of the use of #+ACL as the
feature to distinguish ACL. However, this is not a
defined feature in this implementation.

CL-USER(6): (pprint *features*)

(:CL-ENVIRONMENT :ACL-SOCKET :HIPER-SOCKET :PROFILER
:MULTIPROCESSING :FLAVORS
:LITTLE-ENDIAN :GSGC :COMPILER
:USE-STRUCTS-IN-COMPILER :CLOS :DYNLOAD :DLFCN
:UNIX :LINUX :REDHAT6 :LINUX86 :X86 :VERIFY-CAR-CDR
:RELATIVE-PACKAGE-NAMES
:MODULE-VERSIONS :IEEE :IEEE-FLOATING-POINT
:CONFORMING-IEEE :ICS :COMMON-LISP
:ANSI-CL :DRAFT-ANSI-CL-2 :X3J13 :ALLEGRO :EXCL
:FRANZ-INC :ALLEGRO-VERSION>=
:DYNLOAD-ACL-LIBRARY :ALLEGRO-V6.0)

Or am I missing something?

Discussion

  • Matthew Danish

    Matthew Danish - 2002-02-20

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    Feature ACL isn't in my copy either. It seems to be ALLEGRO
    instead.

     
  • Sam Steingold

    Sam Steingold - 2002-02-21

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    fixed, thanks

     
  • Sam Steingold

    Sam Steingold - 2002-02-21
    • assigned_to: nobody --> sds
    • status: open --> closed-fixed
     

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