[CM] CM version that works with the examples in the book?

Heinrich Taube taube at uiuc.edu
Fri Mar 13 13:05:17 PDT 2009

If you have a running 2.42 that works well then probably the easiest  
thing is for me to get the examples working in that, there wont be  
much difference.
If you can send me information about what examples or chapters are not  
working I can probably fix it for you and post in on the website for  
the future.
probably best you just send this info to me, dont bother the list with  
this; ill post the fixes once we have it resolved.

On Mar 13, 2009, at 1:22 PM, Yuri Jossa wrote:

> I have CM 2.42 (the version that came with the CD included with the  
> book)
> running fine on Win XP.. however a good quantity of the programs on  
> the book
> do not work with that version.
> I cannot find a compiled version of  the CM 2.0 version  that the  
> programs
> on the book are supposed to work with.. a link to the source code was
> provided but i haven't tried to compile it..
> i was hoping someone would have a binary distribution somewhere..
> Thanks
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Heinrich Taube" <taube at uiuc.edu>
> To: "Yuri Jossa" <yuri at voivod.net>
> Cc: "cm list" <cmdist at ccrma.Stanford.EDU>; "Adam" <ahcnz at ihug.co.nz>
> Sent: Wednesday, March 11, 2009 2:22 PM
> Subject: Re: [CM] CM version that works with the examples in the book?
>> Arrrrg! let me try again...
>> did you get this issue resolved?
>>> However CM2 does not seem to be working right on WinXP
>>> under CLisp, Emacs & Slime.  And this is a great pity.
>> what specifically is the issue? I cant fix it with this information  
>> --  it
>> was certainly working at one point and should continue to
>>> Rick has suggested that CM2 is no longer being developed.
>>> Thats OK. Its great as is.
>> i will continue to support cm2 fix bugs etc  but not add new features
>> (use cm3 line for this)
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