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state of LoGS on SBCL?

Jim Prewett

Hey Vijay,

I know you use SBCL for your primary lisp.  I'm switching to SBCL (cmucl
is apparently not supported on intel macs).

I tried what I'd been doing as of ages ago... ./SBCL-Build_LoGS ;
./SBCL-Test_LoGS or whatever and this blew up. :P

How do you do it, and, I think more importantly, how do we distribute a
LoGS binary made with SBCL (I use SBCL for the SCAT project and we make
binaries there)?  I don't think its going to be much work at all... I'd
love to type /path/to/LoGS --ruleset ...

Thanks,
Jim
p.s. I gave a presentation at the last/first ABQ Lisp/Scheme Users group
on LoGS.  I may have drummed up a little more interest :)

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Re: state of LoGS on SBCL?

Vijay Lakshminarayanan
Hey Jim

I tried the SBCL-Build_LoGS.sh and it blew up because it couldn't find
cybertyggr-time.  I compile LoGS using ASDF from within SBCL itself.
It makes life very simple.  To do the same from the shell, something
like (progn (require :asdf) (require :LoGS)) should do.

I've never tried it but I think a binary that uses CL-CLI will work.
I'll try something out and tell you.

I saw your LoGS presentation.  Star Wars again.  It was funnier and
better than the last one :-)  I loved the "Recent developments" slide.

Thanks Jim
Vijay

On 10/24/07, Jim Prewett <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> Hey Vijay,
>
> I know you use SBCL for your primary lisp.  I'm switching to SBCL (cmucl
> is apparently not supported on intel macs).
>
> I tried what I'd been doing as of ages ago... ./SBCL-Build_LoGS ;
> ./SBCL-Test_LoGS or whatever and this blew up. :P
>
> How do you do it, and, I think more importantly, how do we distribute a
> LoGS binary made with SBCL (I use SBCL for the SCAT project and we make
> binaries there)?  I don't think its going to be much work at all... I'd
> love to type /path/to/LoGS --ruleset ...
>
> Thanks,
> Jim
> p.s. I gave a presentation at the last/first ABQ Lisp/Scheme Users group
> on LoGS.  I may have drummed up a little more interest :)
>
> James E. Prewett                    [hidden email] [hidden email]
> Systems Team Leader           LoGS: http://www.hpc.unm.edu/~download/LoGS/
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> HPC Systems Engineer III   UNM HPC  505.277.8210
>
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Re: state of LoGS on SBCL?

Jim Prewett

> I tried the SBCL-Build_LoGS.sh and it blew up because it couldn't find
> cybertyggr-time.  I compile LoGS using ASDF from within SBCL itself.
> It makes life very simple.  To do the same from the shell, something
> like (progn (require :asdf) (require :LoGS)) should do.

Oh, fine!  Something simple ;P

> I've never tried it but I think a binary that uses CL-CLI will work.
> I'll try something out and tell you.
>
> I saw your LoGS presentation.  Star Wars again.  It was funnier and
> better than the last one :-)  I loved the "Recent developments" slide.

Glad you enjoyed it :)  I was bummed that I could no longer find my CCGrid
presentation or paper online (ACM has a copy of the paper for only like 19
bucks or some such :)  So, I stole the good slides ;)

The Recent Develoopments slide is my excuse for not getting much done on
LoGS in a while :P

Jim


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