[CM] CM+Emacs combination not working!
Andres F. Castiblanco V.
Wed, 21 Apr 2004 14:24:45 -0500
Thanks for your soon answer.
I found that the problems seems to be about some weird incompatibilities
between the kernel of the PlanetCCRMA and/or MidiShare drivers and/or all
the lisp'es. The fact is that there is not problem at all with the Fedora
original kernel so I apologize for the inconvenience, I will try to fix
the problem only under the PlanetCCRMA mailing list.
On Tue, 20 Apr 2004 09:14:53 -0500, "Rick Taube" <email@example.com> said:
> what versions of CLISP and EMACS are you using?
> $ clisp --version
> $ emacs --version
> and send the results.
> I just tested 'bin/cm.sh -e emacs' and works fine here in CLISP 2.32
> On Apr 20, 2004, at 8:59 AM, Andres F. Castiblanco V. wrote:
> > Hello!
> > I have installed the 'PlanetCCRMA' version of CM and found no way to
> > start using it with my prefered editor: EMACS. Is there a work around
> > for
> > this?
> > The procedure I initially used was to start the 'cm-clisp', but reading
> > into the documentation i found that there was a call for the program to
> > be initiated with emacs:
> > /usr/share/common-lisp/source/cm/bin/cm.sh -e emacs
> > This script loaded EMACS but without the lisp-interpreter connection so
> > any function evaluation don't works. I still downloaded the most recent
> > version of this 'cm.sh' file from web/CVS without changes. The error
> > message of the interpreter is:
> > "
> > >
> > *** - LOAD: keyword arguments in (:VERBOSENIL) should occur pairwise
> > Break 1 >
> > "
> > (without the quotes fo course)
> > This message also appears (in the console) by tring to load "cm.sh"
> > without arguments.
> > Any help would be greatly appreciated and excuse me in advance if I ask
> > for too basic questions as i am new to this list (and CommonMusic).
> > Kasti :)
> > p.s. is there any webpage where i can read past threads of the list?
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