From: Andrea Russo <rastandy@in...> - 2010-01-05 17:51:47
Jochen Schmidt <js@...> writes:
> Am 04.01.2010 um 17:02 schrieb Andrea Russo:
> I've tried sbcl 1.0.34 on one of my linux boxes and it compiled the
> current mel-base without problems. I didn't compile it within slime
> though. Did you use the sbcl release binary or compile your own?
I compiled it on my own using the `clbuild compile-implementation sbcl'
> You may try compiling it without slime for a start.
Yeah, that worked great! Btw, I wonder what triggers the problem when
slime is loaded.
Thank you very much for your help!
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Am 04.01.2010 um 17:02 schrieb Andrea Russo:
> Sorry if this has been discussed already but I haven't find any thread
> about this.
> When trying to load the mel-base package using slime with sbcl, I get
> the error attached below. I included the entire backtrace just in case
> it would be useful.
> I'm using sbcl 1.0.34 and the latest version of mel-base from the darcs
> repo at http://www.crispylogics.com/opensource/repos/mel-base
I've tried sbcl 1.0.34 on one of my linux boxes and it compiled the current mel-base without problems. I didn't compile it within slime though. Did you use the sbcl release binary or compile your own? You may try compiling it without slime for a start.
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