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Calling c from lisp
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Calling c from lisp
- From: bloch@informatics.WUstl.EDU (Charlene Bloch Abrams)
- Date: Fri, 19 Jul 91 12:55:54 CDT
I'm using 2.0b2 and trying to call a c function. I'm trying to compile and
run the example (examples:FF Examples:ff-example) given, with great difficulty.
1. The first executable line in ff-example.lisp:
(add-logical-pathname-translation ......) is an unknown function.
2. Trying to ff-load my c file. Lisp insists it is not an MPW object file,
which it most certainly is, considereing that not 2 minutes before, I had
just compiled it. (I'm using MPW 3.0, if that's relevant)
The first I can get around, but the second problem is at this time
Any ideas/insights/advice from net.wisdom would be greatly appreciated.
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Washington University School of Medicine
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