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Foreign Function Interface
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org.COM
- Subject: Foreign Function Interface
- From: TARACOX@vms.cis.pitt.edu
- Date: Fri, 15 Mar 91 10:13 EDT
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I am using Allegro Common Lisp (Version 1.3.2) and would like to interface with
a program written in C. This particular program consists of over a hundred
functions spread throughout about 40 files. I was able to use the Foreign
Function Interface with the examples provided, and with some small C routines
I wrote myself, but when I try to interface with the large C program I got
the following error during the FF-LOAD command :
>Continuable Error: Offset #x-BA20 too large to fit in a word
>While executing: CCL::ADD-REF
>If Continued: Truncate to fit
I have not been able to figure out this message. If I continue, I merely
get a succession of similar messages, although the following messages
>While executing: "Unknown".
If I comment out the function call in the C source that the FF-LOAD
may be bombing on, it bombs on another function.
I would really appreciate it if anyone could comment on this problem,
I'd rather not have to rewrite all that C code!!
Thank you very much.
University of Pittsburgh
Department of Human Genetics