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Need help on Clozure CL on Vista

Need help on Clozure CL on Vista

Need help on Clozure CL on Vista

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I have been using Macintosh Common Lisp (MCL) for several years. Now I am switching to Clozure CL/Emacs on Windows Vista.

The first problem is I cannot load/compile my files successively. I use (load (compile-file "....")).  
* Every .lisp file is "complied" to *.wx64fsl. But every wx64fsl has size 1KB. I doubt my lisp files are actually compiled.
* When I tried to call some functions in my files, all I get is "undefined function".
* When I enter SLIME, select a function and "compile region", I can successively compile this function.

I am still in the very first stage of this system switch. Very frustrating....I will be very grateful if anyone can provide any tips.

Thanks a lot!!!!!

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