[CM] Re: clm newbie needs big help!
Sat, 29 Jun 2002 17:21:06 -0700 (MST)
I have the same experience as you and I am finding it a little frustrating.
I keep checking the digitool site, but there appears to be no news on when
they plan on releasing the OSX port of MCL. Does anyone have any info on this?
On Sat, 29 Jun 2002, Michael Klingbeil wrote:
> Now that you mention it I remember encountering this problem as well.
> No need to reinstall clsip. Just get the "dlcompat" package which is
> available via Fink dselect. I think once that is installed everything
> will work (famous last words!). Apparently this wasn't set up as a
> dependency for clisp.
> I found using clisp less than satisfying for work with CLM/CM on
> MacOS X but your experience may differ. I got used to MCL and Rick
> Taube's plotter, so moving to clisp was a bit unpleasant.
> Someday some other LISPs should become available for MacOS X. I have
> tried out OpenMCL but I haven't attempted to build either CLM or CM.
> Right now OpenMCL claims to lack support for dynamic loading
> unloading of libraries. Maybe dlcompat offers a solution to that
> >Hi Michael,
> >Thanks for the great advice. Yes, its very helpful! Am having a bit
> >of a hang up w/ clisp installation, though.
> >Ive gone through the process of installing Fink - which was easy -
> >as you noted. Following that i selected clisp to be installed. Fink
> >doesnt seem to have completely installed clisp, however. When i try
> >to run clisp i get an error:
> >dyld: /sw/lib/clisp/base/lisp.run can't open library:
> >/sw/lib/libdl.0.dylib (No such file or directory, errno = 2)
> >Have looked around on my disk and can't find 'libdl.0.dylib'.
> >It seems rather suspicious that there would be a file missing.
> >Wondering if for some reason there was a screw up as Fink was
> >installing clisp on my machine? Or maybe there is a problem w/ the
> >clisp version available?
> >Any thoughts on this? Should i try having Fink install clisp again?
> >(am on a slow modem connection - so it takes a bit of time. . .)
> >am running macos 10.1.5 - if that makes any difference
> >oh, and if it does come to it - maybe i will try building clisp from
> >sources w/ bash (thanks for the link). though i have no excitement
> >about doing so. . .
> >On Friday, June 28, 2002, at 09:47 PM, Michael Klingbeil wrote:
> >>From: Michael Klingbeil <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >>Date: Fri Jun 28, 2002 09:47:53 PM US/Pacific
> >>To: Joseph L Anderson <email@example.com>
> >>Subject: Re: [CM] (no subject)
> >>An easier way might be to download a precompiled version of clisp.
> >>The Fink project at http://fink.sourceforge.net is probably one of
> >>the best sources of ports for MacOS X / Darwin. It is based on the
> >>Debian package management system.
> >>This page:
> >>has some simple directions for getting started. Once fink is
> >>installed run dselect at the terminal and select the packages you
> >>want to install. Currently clisp is at version 2-2.27-1, but this
> >>seems to work fine for building clm.
> >>Once clisp is installed, the building of clm should be relatively
> >>Also you'll need to have the Apple Developer Tools installed
> >>(http://developer.apple.com/tools/macosxtools.html) for the C
> >>compiler, but perhaps you already have that.
> >>If you still want to build clisp from the sources you could try
> >>getting a pre-compiled bash from one of the following places:
> >>(From GNU MacOS X Public Archive at http://www.osxgnu.org/)
> >>I hope this information is helpful.
> >Joseph L Anderson
> >Acousmatic Music . Sound Recording . Radio Production
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