Jerry van Dijk | 5 Nov 23:54 2007
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1.0.11 on w32 fails compiling slime?


Hi,

Just compiled 1.0.11 on windows (mingw32). But it fails when compiling
the cvs slime (emacs 22):

;; loading #P"h:\\home\\.slime\\fasl\\2007-11-01\\sbcl-1.0.11-win32-x86\\swank-source-file-cache.fasl"
; compiling file "h:\\home\\slime\\swank-sbcl.lisp" (written 11 SEP 2007 08:31:03 PM):
;
; compilation unit aborted
;   caught 1 fatal ERROR condition
;;
;; Error while loading: h:\home\.slime\fasl\2007-11-01\sbcl-1.0.11-win32-x86\swank-sbcl.fasl
;; Condition: couldn't remove "h:\\home\\.slime\\fasl\\2007-11-01\\sbcl-1.0.11-win32-x86\\swank-sbcl.fasl":
;;              Permission denied
;; Aborting.
;; *

So for now I have to go back to 1.0.10.

Anyone also seen this and/or has an idea ?

gr.
Jerry.

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Rudi Schlatte | 6 Nov 02:42 2007
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Re: 1.0.11 on w32 fails compiling slime?


On 06.11.2007, at 06:54, Jerry van Dijk wrote:

>
> Hi,
>
> Just compiled 1.0.11 on windows (mingw32). But it fails when compiling
> the cvs slime (emacs 22):
>
> ;; loading #P"h:\\home\\.slime\\fasl\\2007-11-01\\sbcl-1.0.11-win32- 
> x86\\swank-source-file-cache.fasl"
> ; compiling file "h:\\home\\slime\\swank-sbcl.lisp" (written 11 SEP  
> 2007 08:31:03 PM):
> ;
> ; compilation unit aborted
> ;   caught 1 fatal ERROR condition
> ;;
> ;; Error while loading: h:\home\.slime\fasl\2007-11-01\sbcl-1.0.11- 
> win32-x86\swank-sbcl.fasl
> ;; Condition: couldn't remove "h:\\home\\.slime\\fasl\\2007-11-01\ 
> \sbcl-1.0.11-win32-x86\\swank-sbcl.fasl":
> ;;              Permission denied
> ;; Aborting.
> ;; *
>
> So for now I have to go back to 1.0.10.
>
> Anyone also seen this and/or has an idea ?

Remove the old fasls before compiling slime.  I think sbcl wants to  
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Tomi Neste | 6 Nov 13:25 2007
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Re: 1.0.11 on w32 fails compiling slime?

Rudi Schlatte <rudi <at> constantly.at> kirjoitti Tue, 06 Nov 2007 03:42:30  
+0200:

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> On 06.11.2007, at 06:54, Jerry van Dijk wrote:
>
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> Just compiled 1.0.11 on windows (mingw32). But it fails when compiling
>> the cvs slime (emacs 22):
>>
>> ;; loading #P"h:\\home\\.slime\\fasl\\2007-11-01\\sbcl-1.0.11-win32-
>> x86\\swank-source-file-cache.fasl"
>> ; compiling file "h:\\home\\slime\\swank-sbcl.lisp" (written 11 SEP
>> 2007 08:31:03 PM):
>> ;
>> ; compilation unit aborted
>> ;   caught 1 fatal ERROR condition
>> ;;
>> ;; Error while loading: h:\home\.slime\fasl\2007-11-01\sbcl-1.0.11-
>> win32-x86\swank-sbcl.fasl
>> ;; Condition: couldn't remove "h:\\home\\.slime\\fasl\\2007-11-01\
>> \sbcl-1.0.11-win32-x86\\swank-sbcl.fasl":
>> ;;              Permission denied
>> ;; Aborting.
>> ;; *
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graham | 6 Nov 22:20 2007

Re: 1.0.11 on w32 fails compiling slime?

"Tomi Neste" <tomi.neste <at> netikka.fi> writes:

> Rudi Schlatte <rudi <at> constantly.at> kirjoitti Tue, 06 Nov 2007 03:42:30  
> +0200:

>> On 06.11.2007, at 06:54, Jerry van Dijk wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> Just compiled 1.0.11 on windows (mingw32). But it fails when compiling
>>> the cvs slime (emacs 22):
>>>
>>> ;; loading #P"h:\\home\\.slime\\fasl\\2007-11-01\\sbcl-1.0.11-win32-
>>> x86\\swank-source-file-cache.fasl"
>>> ; compiling file "h:\\home\\slime\\swank-sbcl.lisp" (written 11 SEP
>>> 2007 08:31:03 PM):
>>> ;
>>> ; compilation unit aborted
>>> ;   caught 1 fatal ERROR condition
>>> ;;
>>> ;; Error while loading: h:\home\.slime\fasl\2007-11-01\sbcl-1.0.11-
>>> win32-x86\swank-sbcl.fasl
>>> ;; Condition: couldn't remove "h:\\home\\.slime\\fasl\\2007-11-01\
>>> \sbcl-1.0.11-win32-x86\\swank-sbcl.fasl":
>>> ;;              Permission denied
>>> ;; Aborting.
>>> ;; *
>>>
>>> So for now I have to go back to 1.0.10.
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Rudi Schlatte | 7 Nov 07:37 2007
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Re: 1.0.11 on w32 fails compiling slime?


On 07.11.2007, at 05:20, graham <at> gorgeous.org wrote:

> "Tomi Neste" <tomi.neste <at> netikka.fi> writes:
>
>> Happens here too and AFAIK I have purged all old fasls. 1.0.9  
>> still works.
>
> I had the same problem and was going to submit a bug report, but
> wanted to do more investigation first.  I think I traced it back to a
> failure to (require 'sb-posix).  The failure to delete the fasl is a
> side-effect of failure to compile the file (I think).

Turns out a failing test case on Windows meant that sb-posix wasn't  
being installed there for quite some time.  nyef suggested a fix on  
irc; can you test if 1.0.11.15 works again?

Thanks,

Rudi

graham | 7 Nov 08:48 2007

Re: 1.0.11 on w32 fails compiling slime?

Rudi Schlatte <rudi <at> constantly.at> writes:

> On 07.11.2007, at 05:20, graham <at> gorgeous.org wrote:
>
>> "Tomi Neste" <tomi.neste <at> netikka.fi> writes:
>>
>>> Happens here too and AFAIK I have purged all old fasls. 1.0.9  
>>> still works.
>>
>> I had the same problem and was going to submit a bug report, but
>> wanted to do more investigation first.  I think I traced it back to a
>> failure to (require 'sb-posix).  The failure to delete the fasl is a
>> side-effect of failure to compile the file (I think).
>
> Turns out a failing test case on Windows meant that sb-posix wasn't  
> being installed there for quite some time.  nyef suggested a fix on  
> irc; can you test if 1.0.11.15 works again?

It works (using 1.0.11.16).  Thanks!

Graham

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Jonathan Johansen | 27 Nov 03:46 2007
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sb-ext:run-program on win32

Hi all,

I am trying to automate some miktex/latex document creation using lisp, and would like to run command line programs like pdflatex.exe and makeindex.exe.  I can get them to run with run-program, but I can't get them to run in a specific directory.  This causes the output files generated by them to appear in the sbcl directory, not where the source file is.  Is there a way to do this?  It would (I think) be effectively cd'ing to the right directory, but I have no idea how to do that in sbcl.

P.S.  I'm running SBCL 1.0.6 (Eclipse + Cusp 0.9.189)

Cheers,
Jonathan Johansen

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Juho Snellman | 27 Nov 09:30 2007
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Re: sb-ext:run-program on win32

"Jonathan Johansen" <framlingham <at> gmail.com> writes:

> Hi all,
> 
> I am trying to automate some miktex/latex document creation using lisp, and
> would like to run command line programs like pdflatex.exe and makeindex.exe.
> I can get them to run with run-program, but I can't get them to run in a
> specific directory.  This causes the output files generated by them to
> appear in the sbcl directory, not where the source file is.  Is there a way
> to do this?  It would (I think) be effectively cd'ing to the right
> directory, but I have no idea how to do that in sbcl.

Try sb-posix:chdir.

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Jonathan Johansen | 28 Nov 11:01 2007
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Re: sb-ext:run-program on win32

>
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I am trying to automate some miktex/latex document creation using lisp, and
> > would like to run command line programs like pdflatex.exe and makeindex.exe.
> > I can get them to run with run-program, but I can't get them to run in a
> > specific directory.  This causes the output files generated by them to
> > appear in the sbcl directory, not where the source file is.  Is there a way
> > to do this?  It would (I think) be effectively cd'ing to the right
> > directory, but I have no idea how to do that in sbcl.
>
> Try sb-posix:chdir.

Thanks :).  Is there any easy way to figure this kind of stuff out?  I
notice that
there is a manual and a pdf version too, but it doesn't mention all of
this stuff or list all of the functions...

Thanks,
Jonathan

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Terrence Brannon | 2 Dec 00:55 2007
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compiling on cygwin - part 2

I saw the earlier thread on this subject:
http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/message.php?msg_id=758962.73965.qm%40web51410.mail.re2.yahoo.com

and the consensus was to build SBCL using SBCL...

I personally dont know how that can create a Cygwin build, but would
appreciate any feedback.

When I run SBCL 1.0.9 under Cygwin, it starts up and runs, but it
expects windows-style pathnames. And invoking SLIME with SBCL 1.0.9
for windows thus does not work because it is sending Unix-style paths
to an SBCL expecting windows style paths.

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