[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
I've been trying to learn the CMUCL 15e foreign function
interface on a Sparc. After several failure, I finally
typed in the code in the manual (pp. 154-157) and saved
it in "manual.lisp". Then I typed in the C code and
compiled it under gcc Then I did:
CMU Common Lisp 15e, running on muzungu.cis.upenn.edu
Hemlock 3.5 (15e), Python 1.0(15e), target SPARCstation/Sun 4
Send bug reports and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
* (load "manual.lisp")
;;; Running /pkg/cmucl/lib/load-foreign.csh...
;;; Loading object file...
;;; Parsing symbol table...
"_etext" moved from #x0002CA58 to #x00C00148.
"_edata" moved from #x0003DC38 to #x00C00148.
"_end" moved from #x000482D8 to #x00C00148.
Error in EVAL::LEAF-VALUE: the function
EXTENSIONS::CALL-FOREIGN-FUNCTION is undefined.
Any idea when this will be fixed?
Also, a suggestion: It took me a while to
figure out how to use EXTENSIONS:LOAD-FOREIGN. The default
for the linker should be ($CMUCLLIB)/load-foreign.csh
and for the base-file ($CMUCLLIB)/../bin/lisp. That is,
it should be set in the site-init.lisp. Right now, when the
defaults are not overridden, LOAD-FOREIGN wanders off through
the file system in search of an ld and a base lisp.
Martin J. Zaidel
Professional meaning junkie