[CM] 2.4 Compiled for Win32

mjb@isoxford.com mjb@isoxford.com
Sat, 13 Mar 2004 21:31:22 -0000


I followed the instructions at your link and the clisp.bat file works a treat :)))
Including creation of the directory that I had to create by hand before
(although I should mention that this time I was not on my dodgy Win
ME machine).

Also got it running under xemacs.

Thanks again


> You can easily install your own clisp.bat file that uses full/lisp.run -- look at the end of the install.html link i mailed you.
> at the top of that same document there is also a link to emacs.html that will explain how to get cm running under Xemacs on windows, thats by far the best way to work.
> ---- Original message ----
> >Date: Sat, 13 Mar 2004 09:51:56 -0000
> >From: mjb@isoxford.com  
> >Subject: Re: [CM] 2.4 Compiled for Win32  
> >To: taube@uiuc.edu
> >Cc: cmdist@ccrma.stanford.edu
> >
> >Hi
> >
> >Thanks for your reply.
> >
> >I had some problems installing CLISP which I ended up doing on a Win ME machine.
> >The install.bat file provided did not work for me so I did by hand. Basically I had to
> >use the /base/lisp.exe version, the /full/lisp.exe compained that it couldn't find an
> >entry point in a system dll.
> >
> >Moving on to CM. After a little hiccup where I needed to create a subdirectory
> >of .../cm-2.4.2/bin/clisp_2.32_windows-i686, your cm.lisp program worked
> >beautifully and now I'm ready to go :)
> >
> >Thanks again
> >Matt
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