Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of WindowsNotes


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    3737choices available; the "certified binaries" available at
    3838
    39 <http://subversion.tigris.org/getting.html#windows>
     39http://subversion.tigris.org/getting.html#windows
    4040
    4141should work well.
     
    5050more comfortable with the general idea of using svn.)
    5151
    52 If you use Cygwin (<http://www.cygwin.com>), you'll find that
     52If you use Cygwin (http://www.cygwin.com), you'll find that
    5353the Cygwin svn client generally works fine.
    5454
     
    6666the command to check out a fresh copy would be:
    6767
     68{{{
    6869shell> svn co http://svn.clozure.com/publicsvn/openmcl/trunk/windows/ccl
     70}}}
    6971
    7072which would create and populate a directory called "ccl".
     
    8688to the shell
    8789
     90{{{
    8891shell> svn update
     92}}}
    8993
    9094command described in the wiki page.  However it's invoked, "svn update"
    91 
    92 
    9395checks to see if newer versions of files are available in the repository
    9496and downloads them into your working copy if so.  The wiki page describes
     
    100102the lisp image yourself.  The wiki page recommends doing that via:
    101103
     104{{{
    102105? (rebuild-ccl :full t)
     106}}}
    103107
    104108which would rebuild the lisp kernel, delete any FASL files, recompile
     
    109113does besides rebuilding the kernel via:
    110114
     115{{{
    111116? (rebuild-ccl :clean t)
     117}}}
    112118
    113119Since it's likely that relatively few users will have the GNU toolchain
     
    196202
    197203will create a (very) simple window and process events related to that window until
    198 its close box is pressed.  You might prefer to have the window created and the event
     204its close box is pressed.  You might prefer to have the window created (and the event
    199205loop run in) a separate thread:
    200206