[CM] scorefile, guile and nil

Rick Taube taube@uiuc.edu
Wed, 2 Jul 2003 08:33:40 -0500

oh thanks! ill fix in cvs right away but sourceforge may cause some 
delays until you actaully get the revisions with 'cvs update' so ill 
update the tarfile at ccrma as well...

On Wednesday, Jul 2, 2003, at 07:28 America/Chicago, Orm Finnendahl 

> Am Mittwoch, den 02. Juli 2003 um 05:57:06 Uhr (-0500) schrieb Rick 
> Taube:
>> if you find a nil, please let me know which file. or maybe i should
>> grep the sources right now
> I found 3 files:
> orm@grisey:/usr/local/lisp/cm/src$ grep "(format nil" *.scm
> midi1.scm:          (format stream (format nil "~~~d@t"
> patterns.scm:        (gvar (string->symbol (format nil "<~a>"
> sco.scm:    (format nil "i~a" (slot-ref obj 'ins))
> sco.scm:    (format nil "f~a" (slot-ref obj 'num))
> spectral.scm:;     (format t (format nil "~~%C: ~A, M: ~A, C/M: ~~S" 
> fmat fmat)
> spectral.scm:;       (format t (format nil "~~%~A~~10,3f" fmat)
> orm@grisey:/usr/local/lisp/cm/src$
>> btw  if portability is an issue for your class, cm defines 'true' and
>> 'false' variables so that you dont have to hardwire boolan values like
>> #f or nil in your code
> that's convenient. So what's the way to change the sources? Should I
> hardwire #f in the sco.scm and such, or should I use 'false'?
> --
> Orm