I'll try with (traceAll) and see if I get something.
When it comes to "ht:Pack" -- Undefined, no I hadn't built the 64bit
first, I simply used the old version I had already compiled on a 32bit
system, maybe that's why it didn't work?
On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 12:40 PM, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de> wr=
> On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 12:09:59PM +0100, Henrik Sarvell wrote:
>> What flags do I need? If I recall correctly I think I tried compiling
>> the 32bit version but it didn't work simply using 'make'.
> Compiler flags? They should be all in "Makefile", so there is just a
> =A0 (cd src; make)
>> >> However when I try to run the 32bit server on my 64bit system i now
>> >> get "ht:Pack" -- Undefined, how come?
>> > You probably have to make (cd src; make clean) to remove the "lib/ht"
>> > library before you 'make'.
> I believe that because you've first built the 64-bit version, there is
> already a library "lib/ht", so this could be the reason why you got
> =A0 "ht:Pack" -- Undefined
> BTW, it would be very helpful for me if you could find out the reason
> why your import didn't work. Otherwise, I cannot fix that bug. For a
> first try, I would say
> =A0 (traceAll)
> before you start your import, and see how far it goes. You can probably
> see then which function is called but doesn't return. In the second
> step, you could then explicitly also trace some built-in functions
> called by that function (as 'traceAll' traces only Lisp-level
> I'd really appreciate if people could send me precise bug reports, after
> investigating the reason of a problem. Not just "it doesn't work" or "it
> crashes". I'd like to know exactly which functions goes wrong. We have
> the same situation with the Mac users. We know that something goes wrong
> when loading shared object files, but nobody cares to take a closer look
> with a debugger. Quit disappointing ...
> - Alex
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