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problems in Compiling the NEW Cinco De Mayo PCL in LUCID 3.0

I was trying to compile the new version of PCL (5/10/89 version) on 
Lucid 3.0, but it ran into a Segmentation Violation while compiling
fixup.lisp. Does anyone have the same problem? Any comments/suggestions
are appreciated.

The error message is as follows :

>>Trap: Segmentation violation

   Required arg 0 (STANDARD-GENERIC-FUNCTION): #<Compiled-Function SHARED-INITIA
   Required arg 1 (METHODS): (#<instance ?? 42272153> #<instance ?? 42271643>)
:A  0: Abort to Lisp Top Level

-Richard Leung (poman@cs.ucla.edu)