[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

Failed Mail +deadletter Jun/#2

Please look itno this mail.  It ended up with our postmaster because
of an error in address.


Christine Fleming
SCS User Services

------- Forwarded Message

Received: from spice.cs.cmu.edu by VEGA.FAC.CS.CMU.EDU id aa09581;
          5 Jun 90 2:11:21 EDT
Received: from sei.cmu.edu by SPICE.CS.CMU.EDU id aa14110; 5 Jun 90 1:57:32 EDT
Received: from SPICE.CS.CMU.EDU by sei.cmu.edu (5.61/2.3)
        id AA00232; Tue, 5 Jun 90 01:57:16 -0400
Date: Tue, 5 Jun 90 01:57:16 -0400
From: Mail Delivery Subsystem <MAILER-DAEMON@SEI.CMU.EDU>
Subject: Returned mail: unknown mailer error 1
Message-Id: <9006050557.AA00232@sei.cmu.edu>
To: Postmaster@SPICE.CS.CMU.EDU
MMDF-Warning:  Parse error in original version of preceding line at SPICE.CS.CMU.EDU

   ----- Transcript of session follows -----
sh: /usr/local/etc/nic-bbrec: not found
554 |"/usr/local/etc/nic-bbrec s3600"... unknown mailer error 1

   ----- Unsent message follows -----
Received: from SPICE.CS.CMU.EDU by sei.cmu.edu (5.61/2.3)
        id AA00230; Tue, 5 Jun 90 01:57:16 -0400
Received: from pt.cs.cmu.edu by SPICE.CS.CMU.EDU id aa14077;
          5 Jun 90 1:52:42 EDT
Received: from SEI.CMU.EDU by PT.CS.CMU.EDU;  5 Jun 90 01:49:06 EDT
Received: from IU.AI.SRI.COM by sei.cmu.edu (5.61/2.3)
        id AA00224; Tue, 5 Jun 90 01:49:01 -0400
Received: from Warbucks.AI.SRI.COM by IU.AI.SRI.COM via SMTP with TCP;
	  Mon, 4 Jun 90 21:20:10-PST
Received: from yarra-glen.aaii.oz.AU by Warbucks.AI.SRI.COM with
	  INTERNET ; Mon, 4 Jun 90 21:18:06 PDT
Received: from virgin-hills.aaii.oz.AU by yarra-glen.aaii.oz.AU with
	  SMTP (5.61+++/SMI-4.0/AAII) id AA08085; Tue, 5 Jun 90 14:17:17 +1000
From: Philippe Repusseau <philippe@aaii.oz.au>
Received: by virgin-hills.aaii.oz.AU (4.0/SMI-4.0) id AA05401; Tue,
	  5 Jun 90 14:14:02 EST
Date: Tue, 5 Jun 90 14:14:02 EST
Message-Id: <9006050414.AA05401@virgin-hills.aaii.oz.AU>
To: pan@Athena.Pangaro.Dialnet.Symbolics.Com
Cc: slug@Warbucks.AI.SRI.COM
In-Reply-To: Paul Pangaro's message of Mon, 4 Jun 90 21:15 EDT
Subject: Package Reference in init file

I experimented the similar problem for initialization of software.
The only solution I found was to execute a piece of code which would
test if the package is loaded before any call or to use a form of
the style:
 (funcall (intern "MY-FUNCTION" 'unknow-package-at-compilation) args)

in all your code.

 you want to be sure that my-function is correctly loaded from
 file my-file.lisp in package my-package.

 (defun use-my-function (&rest args)
   (if (null (packagep 'my-package))
       (load "my-file.lisp"))
   (funcall (intern "MY-FUNCTION" 'my-package) args))

 I am not sure it is the only way to do it but it works and it is portable.


------- End of Forwarded Message