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Martin Ginkel writes:
> My OS/2 Version of CLISP strikes with big interpreted code;
> it seems to be a hard Memory-Limit for lisp-Objects at 16MB of Memory
> (rounded Image-Size at this State) .
> My question to the (C-) Hackers: Is there a way to enlarge this
No, there isn't a simple way.
The "complicated" way is to recompile CLISP for OS/2, using emx+gcc, and
with -DWIDE among the CFLAGS in the makefile. Any volunteer for this needs
to have EMX installed on DOS or OS/2.
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