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Re: May Day PCL with AKCL
- To: commonloops.PA@Xerox.COM
- Subject: Re: May Day PCL with AKCL
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Thu, 21 Jun 90 10:08:04 EST
- Redistributed: commonloops.PA
I have read the "Some notes on using "5/1/90 May Day PCL (REV 2)" with
KCL and AKCL." by Richard Harris, however I am having difficulty
getting PCL to compile in AKCL 473 on a sparcstation.
When I do not use (setq compiler::*compile-ordinaries* t) I get a
value stack overflow!
When I use (setq compiler::*compile-ordinaries* t) I get the
AKCL (Austin Kyoto Common Lisp) Version(1.473) Thu May 10 13:29:51 EST
Contains Enhancements by W. Schelter
Finished loading defsys.lsp
>(setq compiler::*compile-ordinaries* t)(pcl:compile-pcl)
End of Pass 1.
End of Pass 2.
OPTIMIZE levels: Safety=0 (No runtime error checking), Space=0, Speed=3
Finished compiling /home/orchestra3/dmc/range/clos/kcl-patches.o.
Loading binary of KCL-PATCHES...
;... (many apparently successfully compiling files, with some warnings
Error: #<#<std-instance> 20033424> is not of type STD-INSTANCE.
Error signalled by THE.
Backtrace: > eval > fix-early-generic-functions > method-lambda-list >
lambda-closure > prog > setf > THE
; (FIX-EARLY-GENERIC-FUNCTIONS) is being compiled.
;;; The form (FIX-EARLY-GENERIC-FUNCTIONS) was not evaluated successfully.
;;; You are recommended to compile again.
No FASL generated.
Loading binary of FIXUP...
Error: Cannot open the file /home/orchestra3/dmc/range/clos/fixup.o.
Error signalled by LOAD.
Broken at LOAD. Type :H for Help.
Starting a fresh akcl, and doing a (pcl::compile-pcl) results in the same
message again. Does anyone have a clue to what the problem is?
-- Prof. David Chelberg (email@example.com)