[CM] Common Music on Windows
taube at uiuc.edu
Wed, 5 Mar 2008 18:34:11 -0600
> However, I'm more used to working in an REPL-style.
there is no REPL in Grace or GraceCL, you eval from text buffers. This
was a design decision on our part, repls are pretty old fashioned and
cause non-expert users a lot of problems -- unread input on unbalance
parens, entering a uselesss debugger, and so on. You can, of course,
run CM in Slime and Emacs and get a repl. I work in emacs quite a bit
and have to throw out my slime repl several times a day due to it
getting wedged for one reason or another.
On Mar 5, 2008, at 4:55 PM, Paul D Reiners wrote:
> However, I'm more used to working in an REPL-style. Is there a way
> I can get the cm> prompt to come up so I can type in the examples
> from the "Notes from the Metalevel" book? I tried the following,
> but it didn't work:
> module 'syscalls' requires package OS.
not sure what thats about. what lisp is this? if you really want the
hardcore repl experience you can just use the Windows console: start
clisp from the console and type:
> hackday|v5 [apr 25, 2008!]: remember, everybody hacks on apr. 25th
> "Joel Matthys" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> 03/05/2008 01:03 PM
> Paul D Reiners/Rochester/IBM@IBMUS
> Re: [CM] Common Music on Windows
> The easiest way to use CM on Windows is to install GraceCL (http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=9766
> ). This binds to your CLISP implementation. I've found it very easy
> to set up and use.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Paul D Reiners
> To: cmdist@ccrma.Stanford.EDU
> Sent: Wednesday, March 05, 2008 12:52 PM
> Subject: [CM] Common Music on Windows
> Are there any easy to follow instructions for installing and running
> Common Music on Windows available anywhere? I have managed to
> successfully install and can run CLisp, but cannot figure out how to
> run Common Music using CLisp.