[CM] help with windows xemacs cm nightmare

Rick Taube taube@uiuc.edu
Sat, 29 Jun 2002 16:20:33 -0700

yes i think there are two problems. it seems that the logical pathname
resetting isnt noticing that you are not on drive c.  i think that is
fixable -- look in cminit.lisp for set-cm-host dir and see if you cant set
that by hand to the correct path ( right now it is doing it by parsing the
directory that it resides in and my guess is it is not looking at the host

on the emacs problem -- do you get the same problem if, instead of -M
cm.mem, you use the the base clisp initlisp.mem image?
also,can you type 'abort' at the error and continue to work or does lisp
execution hang?