[CM] How do I reference a network share?

Phil Sobolik epsobolik@rcn.com
Mon, 23 Aug 2004 18:58:08 -0400

The cm command was a typo on my part (sorry).  The 2 commands are 
identical.  In cm, (lisp-implementation-version) gives:
"Version (Alpha: Darwin) 0.14-031108"

In dppccl:
"Version (Beta: Darwin) 0.14.2-p1)

So, that would seem to be one difference.  I may have downloaded OpenMCL 
from SourceForge (thinking that it was necessary).  Is there a way to tell 
CM which one to use?  Is there a way to tell where each one is?

At 11:59 AM 8/23/2004 -0500, you wrote:
>hmmm. CM does not touch CLtL's 'load' function nor does it do anything to 
>pathname functions or pathname variables.
>So I dont know what the difference that you report could be due to. 
>However i notice that the string that fails in CM:
>         "/Volumes/WORKSTATION\;EPS042002/test.cm"
>is the same one that causes you problems in the first case:
>>In CCL (dppccl), (load "/Volumes/WORKSTATION\;EPS042002/test.cm")
>>gives 'Illegal directory string "/Volumes/WORKSTATION;EPS042002/" while 
>>However, in CM (load "/Volumes/WORKSTATION\;EPS042002/test.cm") gives 
>>'Error in process listener(2): File 
>>"/Volumes/WORKSTATION\\;EPS042002/test.cm" does not exist'
>what happens when you use the double \\ as in the case that succeeded, ie 
>please send me
>(load "/Volumes/WORKSTATION\\;EPS042002/test.cm")
>Im also very confuced as to why you are getting different error messages 
>for the same problem in the same lisp --  Exactly waht Lisp implmentation 
>version are you using? Maybe you coud include the value 
>of  (lisp-implementation-version) in each error you report so I can 
>understand better exacltly which lisp you are using.