[LispM-Hackers] Can't load band on Linux: core dump (N928.LOAD)
James A. Crippen
03 Jan 2002 10:24:42 -0900
Paolo Amoroso <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> [~/projects/e3]$ ./e3
> Hello World!
> Goodbye World!
> Aborted (core dumped)
One thing is that the code that finds the band is *really* stupid. It
expects a file "N928.LOAD" to exist in the current directory, nowhere
else. That file has to be readable, and if it isn't then e3 silently
fails. If the file doesn't exist it also silently fails, just as you
see above. And it wants *ALL UPPERCASE*, so "n928.load" won't work.
Maybe I'll look at that code and add some error checking there. I'll
post the list when I do and you can check out a new copy.
James A. Crippen <email@example.com> ,-./-. Anchorage, Alaska,
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