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RE: new version of PCL
- To: Gregor.pa@Xerox.COM
- Subject: RE: new version of PCL
- From: Stephen Nicoud <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 7 Feb 90 15:49 PST
- Cc: CommonLoops.PA@Xerox.COM, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Redistributed: commonloops.PA
Date: 7 Feb 90 08:33:13 GMT
There were times I never thought it would happen, but there is a new
version of pcl on arisia.xerox.com. The *pcl-system-date* for this
"2/6/90 A PCL for the 90's (beta)"
I have been unable to compile CLX (R4) on a Symbolics 3650 (Genera 7.2.)
or on a Sun 3/60 (Lucid 3.0.2) using this new version of PCL.
Curiously, though, they each crash in different places.
On the Symbolics, clx.lisp bombs with error: "Error: The operand 400 was
beyond the limit, 400 for CONSTANT-OPERAND Your function probably has
too many constants or external functions." while compiling the form:
"(DEF-CLX-CLASS (DISPLAY # ...) ...)".
In Lucid, image.lisp bombs with error: ">>Error: IMAGE-X is an unknown
type." while compiling the form: "(LUCID-COMMON-LISP:DEFINE-FUNCTION
(QUOTE PUT-IMAGE) (FUNCTION (LAMBDA # # #)))".
Can anyone else verify this behavior? I have detailed bug reports for
those who want them.
Stephen Nicoud email@example.com
Boeing Advanced Technology Center for Computer Sciences