[CM] quicklisp clm

Orm Finnendahl orm.finnendahl at selma.hfmdk-frankfurt.de
Wed Dec 14 00:06:17 PST 2016

Hi Juan,

 if you need help, I can offer to test on linux, although Ralf Mattes
would obviously be a better choice than me.

For quite some time I have been very interested in getting all these
great tools quicklisp-loadable and make them cooperate in a more
up-to-date environment.


Am Dienstag, den 13. Dezember 2016 um 20:40:06 Uhr (-0600) schrieb
Juan Cristobal Cerrillo:
> > On Dec 10, 2016, at 7:22 AM, bil at ccrma.Stanford.EDU wrote:
> > 
> > ok -- that's fine by me, but I am no longer interested
> > in the CL part of that package.  I haven't worked on it
> > in about 20 years, and no longer have the time or
> > energy to provide support -- users of it are on their own.
> > Good luck.
> > 
> Thank you for your reply Bill.
> ¿Is anyone else is interested in collaborating on achieving a quicklisp loadable cl-clm?
> All that is required is separating the different parts of all.lisp so that it is loadable with asdf:load-system.
> I’ve managed to test my “port” successfully in ccl, sbcl and lispworks on osx.
> (though I would gladly accept any suggestions/advice that would make it clearer/better)
> Once this is achieved, the changes could be easily incorporated into the official distribution (and then available through quicklisp).
> I think it would be wonderful if clm was installable through quicklisp, not least for historical reasons!
> all best,
> jc
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