#225 Interaction with CMUCL

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nobody
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2008-06-28
2003-02-09
Anonymous
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from frido@q-software-solutions.com

Accoding to the docs I can leave maxima with
to_lisp();
and in fact I got a CMUCL prompt but now the following
happens if I typ in a Lisp form I can not simply write
(+ 1 2) but (+ 1 2);<- trailing semicolon.

Another problem I do not come back to Maxima if I type
(run) or (run);

I got this error message:
Error in function EXTENSIONS:CONNECT-TO-INET-SOCKET:
Error connecting socket to [localhost:4008]: No such
file or directory

Restarts:
0: [MACSYMA-QUIT] Macsyma top-level
1: [ABORT ] Return to Top-Level.

Debug (type H for help)

(EXTENSIONS:CONNECT-TO-INET-SOCKET "localhost" 4008
:STREAM)
Source: Error finding source:
Error in function DEBUG::GET-FILE-TOP-LEVEL-FORM:
Source file no longer exists:
target:code/internet.lisp.

I'm running Maxima on Debian/Linux unstable with CMUCL
MU Common Lisp 18d+ 2002-08-13, running on fbigm

Regards
Friedrich

Discussion

  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    Sorry for that followup. The stuff runs in Emacs but fails
    in Xmaxima

    Regards
    Friedrich

     
  • Robert Dodier

    Robert Dodier - 2008-06-28

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    2 items reported above.

    (1) Lisp evaluation after to_lisp() requires trailing semicolon: not observed in 5.15.0cvs + CMUCL.

    (2) (run) after to_lisp() complains about port 4008: observed, but (to-maxima) is the way to return to the Maxima prompt. Not going to change that.

    Closing this report as "won't fix".

     
  • Robert Dodier

    Robert Dodier - 2008-06-28
    • status: open --> closed
     

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