[developers] [spr31047] CLIM bug on 64-bit machines.
oe at csli.Stanford.EDU
Mon Jan 23 19:31:59 CET 2006
> This is sounding more and more like the "CLIM GC cursor" problem.
> Please do
> (apropos #:*use-clim-gc-cursor*)
> before the point of error and set the symbol it finds to `nil'. Then,
> try and reproduce the error. I had previously asked Ben to set
> xm-silica::*use-clim-gc-cursor* to nil, but perhaps I got the package
> wrong and what I had him do was useless.
yes, the work-around i had found tonight actually is:
#+(and :allegro :clim (not :mswindows) (not :64bit))
(setq tk-silica::*use-clim-gc-cursor* t)
and this appears to avoid the crash. not sure why what you suggested
earlier would not have worked for ben, though:
CL-USER(10): (describe 'xm-silica::*use-clim-gc-cursor*)
TK-SILICA::*USE-CLIM-GC-CURSOR* is a TENURED SYMBOL.
Its value is NIL
It is globally declared to be a special variable.
It is INTERNAL in the TK-SILICA package.
alas, any chance you will have someone work on CLIM problems? we have
two more ([spr30363] and [spr30570]) in this neighborhood, and there is
a relatively large community for our application (with a fair number of
active ACL licenses, including NTT Japan).
many thanks in advance - oe
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