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Re: Difficulty in reading files
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: Difficulty in reading files
- From: "Mark A. Tapia" <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 20 Jul 1992 19:08:41 -0400
- Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
email@example.com (Bob Simmons) writes:
We just made an application of our grammar
acquisition system, and compressed it with Compaq.
The application expands properly and runs properly.
But now I can no longer read my program files on my
Quadra 7. I load MCL2.ob1, then
when I try to load a lisp program file such as Zelcase.acq7,
it refuses me with the msg that it can't find the
application program that created it --- even though
Lisp is sitting right there.
I had a similar problem when building my application. The problem
arises because the file creator defaults to MCL2 on the save application
call. The problem sometimes disappears when you reboot.
To correct it, use a variation of the following:
(defun make-work ()
"Create an application corresponding to the current 'image'"
(let ((target-appl (choose-new-file-dialog :directory "ccl:work")))
:creator :splt ; or some other type
:excise-compiler nil ; if we want the compiler, t otherwise
:clear-clos-caches nil ; otherwise we can't access classes