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Building Oct

The best way to get Oct is using quicklisp.

However, if you want the bleeding edge:

  1. Obtain a copy of Oct. Currently that means from the git repository, but also see the Oct gitweb for more links. The CVS repository is still available, but it is no longer used.
  2. Get a copy of ASDF2, if your lisp doesn't already have it. (The easiest way to get ASDF2 is probably to use quicklisp.)
  3. (load "oct.asd"), or make sure oct.asd is in some place where ASDF2 can find it.
  4. (asdf:oos 'asdf:load-op "oct") will compile up everything.
  5. (asdf:oos 'asdf:test-op "oct") will compile and run some simple tests. All tests should pass. You will need a copy of RT for this to work. The easiest way to get RT is to use quicklisp.
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