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Has anyone ported MockMma (Richard Fateman) to MCL2?
- Subject: Has anyone ported MockMma (Richard Fateman) to MCL2?
- From: kab (Kim Barrett)
- Date: Fri, 28 May 93 09:07:54
> More specifically, MockMma has the following:
> (:use :common-lisp :excl)
> MCL2 does not have any package under the ":excl" name. Any hints as to what
> this could mean? I think Franz Lisp must have it. Thanks for any input.
The EXCL package is a Franz-specific "extensions" package (i.e EXtended Common
Lisp, or some such acronymic thing), and is therefore obviously not part of MCL.
The way I would attack the problem of porting some code like that would be to
remove that package from the use list and, with a copy of Franz's documentation
in hand, try loading the application's files sequentially into MCL (or
wherever), fixing undefined function warnings and errors and undeclared free
variable warnings and errors by looking them up in the Franz documentation and
providing implementations of them in a "compatibility" file.