[slime-devel] Windows + CLisp: wrong path separator?
egarrulo at gmail.com
Wed Aug 4 08:49:24 UTC 2010
Using a long file name for the `temporary-file-directory' worked. Thank you.
It seems CLisp can't handle short paths. I'll let the maintainer know.
2010/7/30 Helmut Eller <heller at common-lisp.net>:
> * egarrulo [2010-07-30 15:13] writes:
>> Now, CLisp complains that it can't find the directory:
>> - OPEN: Directory #P"C:\\DOCUME~1\\USERR~2\\IMPOST~1\\Temp\\" does not exist
>> Such directory does exist. Should I replace backslashes with slashes
>> here too, maybe? But I don't know what variable to set.
> The value comes from temporary-file-directory inside Emacs. Maybe it
> works if you set that to the full directory name (with /-es but without
> ~1 thingies).
> If CLISP can't do
> (open "C:\\DOCUME~1\\USERR~2\\IMPOST~1\\Temp\\x.x" :if-does-not-exist :create)
> it's arguably a CLISP bug.
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