Re: PAIP Lisp code: 'requires' loads .lisp not .fasl
You don't say what version of Lisp you are running, and I admit I
haven't done any changes to track changes in the last few years. But
probably if you edit the conditionalized code for *paip-binary* in
auxfns.lisp, it should work.
--- In email@example.com, Robert Futrelle <futrelle@c...> wrote:
> (not sure where to send this PAIP note - I'm using AIMA
> and PAIP in my grad course)
> Trying to run the Zebra PAIP example w. PAIP prolog makes it clear
> that compiling the files first is important -- difference
> between very long run time and quite quick. (Franz on Solaris)
> But the requires function in auxfns seems to prefer to load
> the uncompiled .lisp files, not the compiled .fasl ones.
> I can do a workaround, but it surprised me.
> - Bob Futrelle
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