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Wed, 27 Feb 2002 23:01:45 -0800 (PST)
I'm trying to get GNU emacs 20.4.1 to run ACL 5.0.1 as
an inferior lisp program on Windows 98.
I got the site-init and .emacs.el files set up
When I do 'M-x run-lisp' from emacs, Lisp fires up and
the Franz icon appears in the program tray. Then if I
do 'fi:verify-emacs-support', it returns 'ok'.
Also, if I right-click on the Lisp icon in the program
tray and choose 'show console', the console pops up
and I can use Lisp.
The problem is that I'm not getting any communication
between Lisp and the emacs buffer *inferior-lisp*
(i.e. Lisp won't write to the buffer, nor accept input
from the buffer).
So I tried to start the interface manually by
evaluating 'excl:start-emacs-lisp-interface' from
Lisp. It returns with an error: 'Couldn't get a port,
local socket address already in use'.
I've scoured the emacs docs and ACL docs for
information about how Winsock is being accessed, but
couldn't find much help there. Do you have any idea
what I could try next?
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