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- To: CommonLoops.pa@Xerox.COM
- Subject: akcl port
- From: hws%icsib1.Berkeley.EDU@jade.berkeley.edu (Heinz Schmidt)
- Date: Thu, 3 May 90 15:24:42 PDT
- Cc: hws%icsib1.Berkeley.EDU@jade.berkeley.edu
- Redistributed: CommonLoops.pa
In a previous email today I reported on problems with compiling
May Day (Rev 2) under akcl 1-473.
I've now compiled the system bypassing the defsystem facility
of pcl. Just compile-load'ing each of the relevant files works fine
(except for a minor change of one of the precom files that ends
in a comment not followed by a carriage return; akcl comment-reader
apparently doesn't look for eof's).
The reason of the original problem is still unclear, though. Looking into the
stack I found cyclic structures representing the system transformations
and dependencies. I suspect that this is not ok and assume there is some
memory management error in akcl that shows up its ugly face here.