[CM] CLM-5 in-any from interpreted CL

Orm Finnendahl orm.finnendahl at selma.hfmdk-frankfurt.de
Mon Dec 19 23:00:10 PST 2022

Hi Bill,

 that worked. Thanks a lot for helping, I really appreciate the time
you put into it and sorry for giving you reason for cursing...

Nice holidays to you and your family!


Am Montag, den 19. Dezember 2022 um 12:32:17 Uhr (-0800) schrieb bil at ccrma.Stanford.EDU:
> The common lisp clm didn't support that kind of
> setf in the run loop.  I think you need to do it
> this way:
> (defparameter *test* (make-double-array 100 :initial-element (double 0.0)))
> (definstrument get-samples (arr)
>   (let ((num (length arr)))
>     (file->array "oboe.snd" 0 0 num arr)
>     arr))
> (get-samples *test*)
> In sbcl I can't use the variable name "array" -- I get
> the error message:
> ;   The function ARRAY is undefined, and its name is reserved by ANSI CL so
> that
> ;   even if it were defined later, the code doing so would not be portable.
> Also, the array that file->array writes to has to be
> explicitly declared to have double elements.
> Anyway, after all that (and a whole lot of cursing), you should
> get numbers in *test*.
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