[CM] new clm: Mac clmLib compile error

B. Battey bbattey@u.washington.edu
Wed, 16 Apr 2003 18:40:30 -0700 (PDT)

For the first time since the summer I've downloaded a fresh copy of CLM to
my Mac. In compiling, the following error occurred -- for some reason it
didn't write out the clmLib even though it went through the motions of
compiling it. This occurs consistently on each attempt to load all.lisp:

;Loading #P"Macintosh HD:Applications (Mac OS 9):clm-2:maclib.pfsl"...
"compiling Macintosh HD:Applications (Mac OS 9):clm-2:clmLib..."
"Copying clmLib to Macintosh HD:System Folder:Extensions:..."
> Error: File not found: #P"Macintosh HD:Applications (Mac OS
> While executing: CCL::%PATH-TO-IOPB


I worked around it by copying my old clmLib into the clm-2 folder.

However, I was then finding that my instruments were not loading
correctly. Specifically:

? (load "Macintosh
> Error: Cannot initialize #<STANDARD-CLASS SNDWARP> because INS doesn't
> While executing: CCL::INITIALIZE-CLASS


So, I decide to try recompiling the .ins file and get the following
new warnings

;Compiler warnings for "Macintosh
HD:Battey:Studio:Research:PICACS:picacs:clm:sndwarp:sndwarp.ins" :
;   Unused lexical variable SCORETIME, in (WRITE-EVENT (SNDWARP CLM-FILE
;   Unused lexical variable SCORETIME, in (WRITE-EVENT (SNDWARP SCO-FILE


And trying to load now returns:

(load "Macintosh
; Compiling "Macintosh
; Sending command: MrC -shared_lib_export on  -d MCL_PPC "Macintosh
; Sending command: PPCLink -xm s "Macintosh
"Macintosh HD:Applications (Mac OS 9):clm-2:clmLib"
"{SharedLibraries}InterfaceLib" "{SharedLibraries}StdCLib"
"{SharedLibraries}MathLib" "{PPCLibraries}StdCRuntime.o"
"{PPCLibraries}PPCCRuntime.o" -@export "Macintosh
HD:Battey:Studio:Research:PICACS:picacs:clm:sndwarp:clm_sndwarp.c.x" -o
> Error: #<STANDARD-CLASS SNDWARP> is not an instance of #<STANDARD-CLASS
> While executing: CCL::%DEFCLASS


I occurred to me that there might be changes requiring a new clmLib, so
that brings me back to trying to get around the original clmLib
compile problem...


Bret Battey                                     http://BatHatMedia.com
Research Associate
Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media
University of Washington, Seattle    http://www.washington.edu/dxarts/