[CM] Problems getting started with CLM/CM

Heinrich Taube taube at uiuc.edu
Tue, 19 Feb 2008 14:47:11 -0600

Im not sure id recommend using clozure cl at this point, it still  
seems to be under development. i cant even load CM into it on intel,  
and its vanilla common lisp.
also, ive tried to ClosureCL  with GraceCL but there is some weird bug  
in the error system that prevents it from working under sockets.
i might be wrong but i think at this point only sbcl and clisp are  
usable on intel osx and for ppc maybe only clisp.

On Feb 19, 2008, at 1:40 PM, Arthur W. Green wrote:

> Hi,
> I apologize if this issue has touched on before.  (I couldn't find  
> anything in the archives from the past few months.)
> I'm new to Lisp and very new to Common Music.  I had no apparent  
> problems building a new image of Clozure CL (for PPC Mac OS X),  
> setting up the IDE, and installing Common Music.  However, after  
> loading Common Music from the listener and building and loading the  
> CLM system with (use-system :clm), I tried to run the CLM example in  
> the beginning of the CLM html manual:
>   (compile-file "/usr/local/lisp/clm/v.ins")
>   (load "/usr/local/lisp/clm/v")
>   (with-sound () (fm-violin 0 1 440 .1))
> However, I don't get even as far as the 'load' expression, because  
> compile-file fails and enters the debugger with the following output:
> #<SYSTEM "cmn" #x8F7E216>
> ? ; Writing "/usr/local/lisp/clm/clm_fm_violin.c"
> > Error: Undefined function WALKER::ENVIRONMENT-MACRO called with  
> arguments (#<CCL::LEXICAL-ENVIRONMENT #x92E03AE> #:G63) .
> > While executing: WALKER::WALKER-ENVIRONMENT-BIND-1, in process  
> Listener(119).
> > Type :GO to continue, :POP to abort, :R for a list of available  
> restarts.
> > If continued: Retry applying WALKER::ENVIRONMENT-MACRO to  
> > Type :? for other options.
> 1>
> Surely I must have overlooked something obvious, like setting an  
> environment variable or something.  The CLM build itself produced no  
> indications of any undefined functions.  What must I be doing wrong?
> \\ Arthur
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