Creation of MATLISP core fails in SYSTEM.DCL

2001-02-22
2001-02-22
  • Dr Michael A. Koerber

    I'm trying to build the MATLISP core under SunOS 5.7, sun4u sparc, SUNW,Ultra-4.  In execution of:

    (mk::defsystem lazy-loader
          :source-pathname "matlisp:lib;"
          :source-extension "lisp"
          :binary-pathname "matlisp:bin;"
          :components
          ((:file "lazy-loader"
        :load-only t)))

    The presense of the :COMPONENTS field produces the error:

    Type-error in KERNEL::OBJECT-NOT-TYPE-ERROR-HANDLER:
    #() is not of type (OR CONS BASE-STRING (MEMBER NIL :UNSPECIFIC :WILD) COMMON-LISP::PATTERN)

    The LISP system in use is:
    lisp
    CMU Common Lisp 18c, Built 2000-11-27, running on skeletal
    Send questions and bug reports to your local CMU CL maintainer, or to cmucl-help@cons.org. and cmucl-imp@cons.org. respectively.
    Loaded subsystems:
        Python 1.0, target SPARCstation/Solaris 2
        CLOS based on PCL version:  September 16 92 PCL (f)
        CLX X Library MIT R5.02
        Motif toolkit and graphical debugger 1.0
        Hemlock 3.5
    *

    and MATLISP 1.0b

    any help here?

    tnx

    mike

     
    • Raymond Toy

      Raymond Toy - 2001-02-22

      You are right.  I think this is a bug in the defsystem included with matlisp.

      I'll update this with the latest version in clocc.

      In the mean time you can grab the latest defsystem from clocc (on sourceforge).  I know this version works because I've been using this version to build matlisp.

      Ray

       

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