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Building SBCL on OS X Yosemite
A month or two ago, it did not work to build Steel Banks Common Lisp on OS X Yosemite. Or at least it never worked for me.
This has been fixed now, at least as of recent git checkout, and quite possibly SBCL 1.3.10.
If you get an error like the following,
ld: library not found for -lgcc_s.10.4
then you can try this (as far as I know) totally undocumented switch
SBCL_MACOSX_VERSION_MIN=10.10 sh make.sh
and the build will succeed.
Happy lisping with SBCL!
Celebrate Jurassic Park with File System Visualizer on OS X
If you thought the 3D program in the original Jurassic Park movie was fake, you’re wrong. And you can install it on OS X. It’s called File System Visualizer (clone of the original 1992 SGI program, fsn) and has been around since 1999.
The music files in the video are from Obsidian Shell and available for personal use at Jamendo.
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