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Re: Problems with PCL and 1.3.1
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- Subject: Re: Problems with PCL and 1.3.1
- From: mesard@BBN.COM
- Date: Fri, 02 Mar 90 16:38:30 -0500
- In-reply-to: Your mail dated Fri, 02 Mar 90 11:24:00 CST
> I am having some problems compiling the Victoria Day version of PCL under
> MACL 1.3.1.
Excuse the long response. I thought this would be generally useful to
members of this list.
Below is the latest version of Tech Note 231 - MACL Features.
Among other things, it tells how to compile PCL under 1.3.1.
(If I've violated any copyrights by posting this, sue me.)
void Wayne_Mesard(); Mesard@BBN.COM Bolt Beranek and Newman, Cambridge, MA
Subject: Macintosh Technical Notes - 231 Macintosh Allegro Common Lisp Features
Date: 23 Feb 90 06:00:32 GMT
[02/90 Macintosh Technical Notes - 231 Macintosh Allegro Common Lisp Features]
Revised by: Paul Snively February 1990
Written by: Guillermo Ortiz April 1989
This Technical Note describes some known problems and provides solutions
to these problems for the Macintosh Allegro Common Lisp package which
is available from Apple Computer, Inc. You should note, however, that
although Apple acquired Coral Software and is selling Macintosh Allegro
Common Lisp, Apple is not currently distributing any other products
which had been developed or previously sold by Coral Software.
Changes since April 1989: Noted 1.3.1 documentation errors, corrected
erroneous floating-point patch for version 1.2.2, updated 1.2.2
information which is not relevant to 1.3.1, corrected APDA part number,
added examples of high-level printing functions in 1.3.1, an array-
dialog-item example, and information explaining how to get the
Victoria-Day release of Portable Common LOOPS (PCL) to compile correctly
(This file must be converted with BinHex 4.0)