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- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: CLX
- From: email@example.com (Cornelis van der Laan)
- Date: Mon, 29 Mar 93 22:25 MET
Frank Gleason wrote:
When I try to compile and run CLX I get errors because I don't
have a set of functions (module?) that begin with system::.
I'm using clisp on Linux, I think the version is 2.6, and
Symbols beginning with system:: are located in the system package
(and can be variables, functions or just unbound symbols).
I can't see any reference to the system package in my sources of
CLX that are not conditionalized for lisp dialects that actually
have the system package. Could you be more specific on what error
message you get ?
Are you using the packages specially adapted to clisp (to be found
at the usual place in Karlsruhe) or the original sources ?
Thanks in advance