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- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: NetBSD 1.2?
- From: Jeff Mitchell <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 25 Jul 1996 21:07:07 -0400 (EDT)
- Reply-to: firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm running a NetBSD 1.2_beta system on a i486.
I picked up the latest version of both clisp-source and
clisp-source-haible; both woudl compile out of the box, but
when they get into the phase of compilation where they are
loading the src/*.lsp files I get a segfault ("cannot be
cured" type error). Specifically, the file "places.lsp" file
is causing it. If I go through and cut away the latter half
of the places.lsp file (for amusement :P), other files cause
a segfault as well..
Has anyone gotten clisp to work under a recent version of NetBSD?
I've got an old clisp ('94 version) that I compiled on NetBSD 1.0,
and it works under my current system, but of course I would prefer
to upgrade to a newer clisp.
I could make a formal report if so needed.
Additionally; How good is CLiCC and other CLOS->C 'compilers'?
I am considering (again, for amusement :P) writing a MUD in
lisp. I've already done the work in C, and thought it woudl be
a kick to do it in lisp, for learning sake. Given that muds
need to be fast, is this even worth attempting (aside from the
academic point of view). I also need access to sockets (and
it would appear clisp supports this via streams) and preferably
ioctl and other fun system calls. Any of that included, or need
I make a ffi set for it?
Jeff, of the many questions :)
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