[info-mcl] ANNOUNCE: MCLIDE 1.0b
rwschaaf at comcast.net
Mon Dec 28 11:56:35 CST 2009
I'm on a MacBook Pro, model 2.1, running 10.6.2 in three gig.
The lisp is 'Clozure Common Lisp Version 1.4-r13119 ' located at '/Developer/ccl-1.4/Clozure CL64.app/'. The same happens also with 1.5-dev-r13278M-trunk. The same thing occurs on my previous-generation Mini, same setup, with version 1.3.
MACLIDE is version 1.0b1-1, with update of 12/26/09.
Thanks, it's very frustrating.
On Dec 28, 2009, at 6:30 AM, peter wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 28, 2009 at 1:57 AM, Robert Schaaf <rwschaaf at comcast.net> wrote:
> Alas, I am one the unlucky ones whose CL64 fails to load.
> Can you be more specific about your context? Platform, MacOS, CL46 version, etc.
> It works for me with 1.5-dev-r13204M-trunk and 1.5-dev-r13337M-trunk (DarwinX8664) on 09 Mac Pro MacOS 10.6.2 (also MP 10.5.8 and G5 10.4.11).
> Even if you don't yet have a fix, do you at least have an intuition of why this may be happening? Your notes mention an 'Activate' step, but all I see is a Start/Skip dialog. Of course, Swank works, but so inelegant!
> Also, when the loading works, will I get the CL64 icon in the dock? I'd like to put MCLIDE in the dock, but I fear I'll get icons for CL64, and both the MCLIDE boot loader and internal app, which are identical.
> You can put the boot MCLIDE app in your dock, but on boot you get another MCLIDE icon in your dock. You can change the second icon to distinguish if you want.
> I'd really like to come back to CCL from ruby, and this IDE might just turn the tide. Now, if we could just get a group together to implement something like Hot Cocoa, things might pick up substantially.
> I think (hope) we're moving in that direction.
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