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- To: info-mcl
- Subject: ff-load problem
- From: email@example.com (Daniel LaLiberte)
- Date: 17 Sep 91 18:00:14 GMT
- Distribution: comp
- Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp.mcl
- Organization: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, NCSA
- Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org (News)
I just got my MCL 2.0 beta expecting that I could ff-load code
compiled with MPW 3.2, but apparently there are problems. I get the
following error message:
> Error: Unknown Object File version (3) in #<INPUT CCL::BINARY-FILE-STREAM to "HDinternal:NGL:color6.c.o">
> While executing: CCL::FF-READOBJ
If I try to continue, it finds an Unknown opcode. My code is compiled
for use of 68881, if that makes a difference. I tried this first with
a library file rather than an object file, and got the same results.
I am not sure what "version (3)" is, but I would guess that is any MPW
3.x object file. So do I need to go back to MPW 2.x? If so, I would
also need to go back to system 6.0.x and that would be a shame since I
need system 7.0 for other things. Is there a workaround?
As an aside, I hope that the MCL documentation people have time to
clean up the manual before final release. There are a number of
omissions of this sort, and small errors throughout. The index could
use alot of beefing up too; I spend alot of time searching for things
that I know are in there somewhere, but not listed in the index.
Otherwise, I'm happy to be working in Common Lisp.
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