[Maxima] Making Maxima and the common lisp implementation play nice
elzacho at gmail.com
Wed Dec 5 12:51:14 CST 2007
I use straight Lisp for a lot of things and Maxima for a few. I have Maxima
running on top of SBCL 1.0.9. I tend to load some common language
extensions upon startup (these I placed in my .sbclrc file). This creates
problems. When Maxima is started, it reads in this initialization and gets
crippled somehow. So I changed the maxima startup script to include the
option --no-userinit when it starts SBCL, which works for now. Of course in
my attempt to install the new version of Maxima, I had to edit the startup
So, this seems off to me. It appears that either I should not be placing
any entries into my .sbclrc file or this is a bug. I can't imagine that
other people haven't gotten bit by this. Is there a prescribed solution?
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