[Openmcl-devel] Automating the build
ron at awun.net
Sun May 17 03:50:19 EDT 2009
BTW, I've just now had a chance to try version 1.3 for the first
time. It looks really great!
On May 17, 2009, at 12:41 AM, Gary Byers wrote:
> Doing (require "COCOA-APPLICATION") briefly initializes the IDE,
> then PROCESS-INTERRUPTs the event thread, telling it to save
> an image.
> The event thread gets far enough to run NSApplication's #/
> method, which is documented as being something which:
> "Activates the receiver, opens any files specified by the NSOpen user
> default, and unhighlights the application's icon."
> I have a hunch that that description hasn't been changed since the
> NeXT, where phrases like "the NSOpen user default" may have had more
> meaning. What the method currently tries to do is to look at the
> command line arguments, not really understand what it sees, and
> that the argument "(require 'cocoa-application)" must be a file that
> needs to be opened. Wackiness ensues.
> I don't think that it's really necessary to start the event loop
> in response to (REQUIRE "COCOA-APPLICATION"). Unless/until that's
> changed, you can probably avoid this by doing
> echo "(require 'cocoa-application)" | ./dx86cl64 -n
> On Sat, 16 May 2009, Ron Garret wrote:
>> I wrote myself a little script that automatically does an SVN update
>> and rebuilds CCL. That script includes the following line:
>> ./dx86cl64 -n -e "(require 'cocoa-application)"
>> When I try to execute this, it mostly works, that is, it does rebuild
>> the IDE, but before it finishes it pops up a window that says, "The
>> file "(require 'cocoa-application)" could not be found" which has to
>> be manually dismissed before the script will finish.
>> Is this a bug? A feature? Is there a workaround?
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