[slime-devel] Re: Problems with SLIME and LispWorks 5
mb at bese.it
Wed Sep 27 07:03:54 UTC 2006
Bill Atkins <atkinw at rpi.edu> writes:
> I started Emacs without loading my configuration file ("emacs -q"),
> then loaded SLIME and evaluated (setq inferior-lisp-program "/usr/
> local/bin/lispworks -tty") . Then I ran SLIME and watched some
> output scroll through *inferior-lisp*, only to stop at a CL-USER>
> prompt. The echo area informs me that SLIME is still polling the
> connection ("Polling "/tmp/slime.1257".. (Abort with `M-x slime-
> abort-connection'.)"). Clearing out old FASL's doesn't seem to make
> a difference. This is an Intel Mac, if that's relevant.
slime cvs or 2.0? i believe, but am not sure, that you're one of the
few people to run slime on lispworks 5 (it hasn't been out that long),
so it may be lispworks 5 specific.
slime hackers: we still get these kinds of problems occasionaly and
it's really hard to figure out what's going on (or what isn't going
on) from the output in inferior-lisp. is there a reason we don't have
some more verbose logging in there?
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