From: A. F. Smith <afs97209@ya...> - 2002-08-17 21:43:14
I did as directed with the ild file. Added .orig
suffux, then started up xemacs. Did m-x
ilisp loaded. Did m-x ->cmulisp -> cmulisp loaded.
He's the cut/paste from it...
Starting lisp ...
CMU Common Lisp 18d, running on
Send questions to cmucl-help@... and bug
Python 1.0, target Intel x86
CLOS based on PCL version: September 16 92 PCL
* ;;; Loading
ILISP: File is not compiled, use M-x
Does this mean cmucl is good to go? Is that message
about ILISP critical or it just an inconvenience?
> --- rpgoldman@... wrote:
> > I don't really have time to dig into this right
> > but here's a
> > suggestion that MIGHT work:
> > This might be a problem with the deflocal macro in
> > ild.el
> > Whether macros work properly depends on their
> > compilation environment.
> > So.... one thing that MIGHT work would be to move
> > the ild.elc
> > compiled file out of the way (try renaming it to
> > ild.elc.orig) and
> > then try loading ilisp again. It will load (eval)
> > the source file
> > then, and the results might be different.
> > If the file was compiled in a bad environment
> > thinking deflocal
> > was a function, instead of macroexpanding it
> > properly), then this
> > MIGHT make the problem go away.
> > If this works, we'd be a lot closer to a solution.
> > Best,
> > Robert
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