[developers] Help getting started debugging the logon system in Allegro Common Lisp

W.P. McNeill (UW) billmcn at u.washington.edu
Sat May 16 23:12:36 CEST 2009

In my setup (on patas at the University of Washington) I have a LOGON
related entry in my .emacs file that points me to a $LOGONROOT/dot.emacs
file that makes reference to a $LOGONROOT/franz directory which contains a
bunch of lisp files that look like emacs interface code along with some
compiled lisp files.  There is no documentation under this directory.
Is $LOGONROOT/franz the Allegro Common Lisp directory or is it something

Regardless, I have found an Allegro Common Lisp documentation with debugging
instructions online.  Is
you were talking about?

On Fri, May 15, 2009 at 6:19 PM, Ann Copestake
<Ann.Copestake at cl.cam.ac.uk>wrote:

> you need the allegro common lisp documentation.  I believe you have a
> licence for allegro there, so you'll find the documentation with the
> allegro distribution, inside a directory called `doc'.  e.g.,
> debugging.htm
> Of course, I don't know where your allegro files are stored, but if
> you look at however you invoke lisp (probably a command in .emacs),
> you should be able to find the path name.
> Best,
> Ann

W.P. McNeill
Sent from Seattle, WA, United States
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