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attempt to call `ub32ref/be' which is an undefined function #64
I apologize if I am doing something spectacularly dumb here, but I am just trying to get through loading clack using (ql:quickload :clack). I continued past that last error (reported a few minutes ago - missing readtable) and now I find this error:
Bug Report Sunday 1 Sep 2013 at 6:26:04 PM
lisp version: 9.0 [64-bit Windows SMP](Aug 14, 2013 21:06)
Error: attempt to call `ub32ref/be' which is an undefined function.
Backtrace for process "Listener 1"
(flet compile-file continuation)
(internal (internal compile-file* 0) 0)
(internal (internal perform-lisp-compilation 0) 0)
(internal (effective-method 2 nil nil nil t) 0)
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This error comes from the Nibbles package. I had the exact same issue when trying to use Ironclad not that long ago.
For me the issue was that I was using AllegroCL and the way that Nibbles generates these procedures didn't work with Allegro's case-sensitive lower mode.
The author of Nibbles has recently updated the lib to correctly name the methods based on local symbol names and thus it works with Allegro (and should work with other lisps as well.)
Updating Nibbles in your Quicklisp distro should get you working.