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- Subject: *default-time-zone*
- From: "Andrew A. Houghton" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 1 Mar 1994 09:46:07 -0500 (EST)
Good Morning to all,
I've been unsuccessfully trying to convince clisp that I'm not in the
mid-European time zone. When I first installed the binaries (under
dos) I ignored changing the value; now I'm using (get-universal-time)
in a program, and the answers are all wrong (took me forever to track
that one down, believe me).
I've tried re-installing from scratch, changing the default, but it
doesn't seem to work. Here's the process:
. change congif + defs1
. start clisp,
. compile-files config + defs1
. load them
everything works fine (despite numerous continuable errors,
complaining about redefining macros) EXCEPT *default-time-zone* isn't
As I don't read German, I'm at a significant disadvantage in
understanding the comments in defs1.
P.S. While I'm at it, is there a variable to control whether clisp
makes noise or not? I'd rather not hear the beep when I try to
backspace over the end of a line...