[CM] More XP & CLM

Rick Taube taube@uiuc.edu
Mon, 29 Jan 2007 12:27:21 -0600

if anyone is using sbcl 1.0.2 on windows it would be nice to know if  
sbcl multiprocessing works there, and if so, if there is some sort of  
posix thread layer underneath it. if so i might be able to get rts  

On Jan 29, 2007, at 12:22 PM, Rick Taube wrote:

> SBCL now has a windows port -- If I had a xp box this is definatly  
> the Lisp id try out first as sbcl generateas is very fast code and  
> the maintainers are very good (and active...).
> On Jan 29, 2007, at 9:50 AM, Michael Edwards wrote:
>> Just to support Bill here, CLM does indeed work on windows, I've  
>> been making music with it regularly on that platform for about 4  
>> years.  The only problem is, as far as I can tell it only runs  
>> well with ACL (costs a lot but then I haven't tried the free  
>> 'lite' version for years--could be that the heap restriction is no  
>> longer problematic) and Microsoft's Visual C++ compiler (or  
>> whatever it's called now)--this also costs something but is quite  
>> cheap as an academic version I believe.
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