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Re: [Chicken-users] Qt egg

From: Shawn Rutledge
Subject: Re: [Chicken-users] Qt egg
Date: Sun, 2 Nov 2008 00:08:50 -0700

As for running it, there are some problems too:

[mini][11:48:58 PM]
Error: unbound variable: qt

The hello world app has (use qt utils), and asking for qt isn't
necessary... so by taking it out I can get it to run.  But if I try to
run the egg-browser demo, after changing the (use... ) line to
(require 'posix 'regex 'utils)
I get this:

[mini][11:54:43 PM]
Error: unbound variable: <>

        Call history:

        <eval>          [refresh] (map pathname-file (glob (make-pathname
(repository-path) "*.setup-info")))
        <eval>          [refresh] (glob (make-pathname (repository-path) 
        <eval>          [refresh] (make-pathname (repository-path) 
        <eval>          [refresh] (repository-path)
        <eval>          [refresh] (qt:clear *list*)
        <eval>          [refresh] (qt:clear *props*)
        <eval>          [refresh] (for-each (cut qt:add *list* <>) eggs)
        <eval>          [refresh] (cut qt:add *list* <>)        <--

I assume you had some difficulty getting the qt egg to work like
usual, i.e. be able to load it as a shared object?  The app bundle
approach could have its uses, but being able to mess around on the csi
prompt would also be useful.

BTW I think this egg is a great start in general.  It runs fine on Linux.

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