#lisp - Sun 15 Apr 2007 between 00:00 and 01:57

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Xachit diverged and added a lot of wacky openmcl optimizations from some russian guy
oudeisok, i understand. to reiterate, CCL::ENCODE-STRING-TO-OCTETS does it in openmcl and seems to work on unicode too.
Xachoudeis: cool. in the short term you can just redefine it
oudeisok, thanks
Ploujhi
what's usually the name of the executable of a clips interpreter?
nyefNo idea? Agent systems have never really been my thing.
killringPlouj: clips or xclips if I recall correctly
Ploujhumm
I guess I haven't installed it yet
killringPlouj: if you have, don't expect it to be in your path automatically. that's usually something you have to add or explicitly give the path to the executable.
Ploujo_O
that's super unusual
anyhow
killringPlouj: what OS are you running?
PloujGentoo GNU/Linux
ah
I apparently have sbcl installed (as a slime dependency)
pkhuongPlouj: sbcl isn't a clips implementation.
killringPlouj: actually pretty common for older Unix apps that needed their own directory structure. Also, unless you're running an ancient version of CLIPS, it is written in C not Lisp.
pkhuongPlouj: did you actually mean common lisp (CL or lisp)? clips is some AI thingy
killringpkhuong: good point... perhaps clips should actually have read clisp?
nyefIn which case, the executable for GNU CLISP is usually called, rather imaginatively, "clisp".
Ploujpkhuong: "This is SBCL 1.0.1, an implementation of ANSI Common Lisp."
sudohttp://www.codigolibre.org/modules.php?name=Downloads&d_op=viewdownload&cid=1
Ploujbah, I did say clips, but I meant clisp
jsnellyou probably didn't actually mean clisp either, but either CL or Common Lisp
karstensrageso what was the ALU fallout?
sellout-mb_karstensrage: I was wondering that, too.
karstensrageit seems there was an election but other than that no one seems to want to talk about it
lemonodorheh. shine a light!
karstensragehuh?
lemonodori'm saying, make it known. talk about it.
actionnyef points out that it would be fairly late in the day for the european and east-coast american lispers, which might explain why nobody has been saying much of anything for the past while.
nyefpoints out that it would be fairly late in the day for the european and east-coast american lispers, which might explain why nobody has been saying much of anything for the past while.
karstensragelemonodor: If I knew anything about it, I would talk about it
jsnellthey didn't have the financial statement prepared, and the treasurer wasn't at the meeting and so there wasn't even any explanation for why it wasn't ready
nyefThat's never a good sign.
karstensragejsnell: what was the fallout? some misalignment between ALU and europe?
clashing of ideas?
jsnellI don't know about that (I skipped the meeting)

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