[slime-devel] Re: error message

Marco Baringer mb at bese.it
Sun Apr 8 14:10:53 UTC 2007

Tamas K Papp <tpapp at Princeton.EDU> writes:

> Hi,
> If I send a function that generates a warning to the inferior lisp
> process, slime gives this error message:
> error in process filter: Wrong number of arguments: (lambda (f startval l) "reduce the list l by the binary function f.
>    Use start value startval (cf MacLennnan p. 396)" (cond ((null l) startval) (t (apply f (list (car l) (reduce f startval (cdr l))))))), 4
> For example, if the function is
> (defun foo (bar)
>   nil)
> and I press C-c C-c, I get the error message (because of the cmucl
> warning that bar is not used).  Am I doing something wrong?  I am a
> Lisp newbie.

i can't repeat this (emacs 21.4 and latest slime). can you try
upgrading to slime cvs first? if the problem persists can you send the
copy of the emacs backtrace and the contents of *slime-events*?

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