Post by Richard Fateman
I'm just thrashing around, in case you hadn't noticed...
Yes, your recommendation works to specify the lisp.
In order to proceed further,
I downloaded a 32-bit version. Now I got :lisp (require :sb-sprof) to
however, a necessary program
I went further, and found the source code for sb-sprof; it fails to
either -64 or -32 bit sbcl, at least for me.
one issue seems to be a lock on package sb-di
As i said you previously, sb-prof works for me on sbcl 64 bits on Linux.
This is SBCL 1.3.13, an implementation of ANSI Common Lisp.
More information about SBCL is available at <http://www.sbcl.org/>.
* (require :sb-sprof)
To get this version of sbcl i have downloaded the latest sbcl source
code some months ago, and i have compiled it with the sbcl coming with
my Linux. I had absolutely no problem to do the compilation, and things
like sb-sprof work out of the box. The source code for sprof is
included, maybe you have downloaded a version which is incompatible with
your sbcl. This is an hypothesis based on the fact that your version of
sprof has lock problems with the disassembler.