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Running old Lisp-program
I have a Lisp-application which currently run sun4 with Allegro 4.0.1.
Now, I need to run a couple of years old version on Sun3. I do have
the old binary which have been saved by using dumplisp. If I now try run
that version I get a message:
The environment this lisp is running has used
up too much stack. It cannot be restarted
I checked with 'pstat -s' that I have enough swap space.
So, what is going wrong ?
What should I do ?
I cannot load&dump the application again, because I have the old source-code
only from the components written by my self.
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