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Still MacTCP problems
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- Subject: Still MacTCP problems
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Guillaume Cartier)
- Date: Thu, 12 Sep 91 15:02:01 -0400
I got the new version of MacTCP from cambridge.apple.com
but it still doesnt work! Is it something I am doing wrong?
I (require :MacTCP) and get the error
> Error: ECASE key NIL is not any of the following:
> (:STACK-TRAP :REGISTER-TRAP :NO-TRAP)
> While executing: DEFTRAP
When I backtrace I see that this error comes from the following:
(eval-when (:compile-toplevel :execute)
; Some traps may not have translated correctly.
; I should test whether or not they're defined in the interface files
(rather than whether they're
; defined at compile-time), but I don't know how to do so without
offending the sensitive.
(unless (macro-function 'traps::_SysEnvirons)
(deftrap _sysenvirons ((versionrequested :signed-integer) (theworld
(:register-trap #xA090 :d0 versionrequested :a0 theworld))))
Thanks for any help.
I am using MCL2.0b1p3 with a MacIIci and system 7.0.
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