Please bear with me, I'm a noob.
I'm running SBCL through Gvim/Slimv on Windows 7.
When the laughter at my OS dies down, continue:
I'm attempting to get through this tutorial: http://www.adampetersen.se/articles/lispweb.htm
I've gotten quicklisp installed (how exactly, I've forgotten) and when I type:
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>> (ql:quickload :hunchentoot)
I get the error:
error opening #P"C:/Windows/C/quicklisp/dists/quicklisp/software/cffi_0.11.2/tests/compile.bat"
I know there's probably something fundamental I don't get yet here, such as how packages work, how quicklisp works, where/if I should have Hunchentoot on my hard drive, how/if I need to use ASDF (?), and so on, but I have yet to find much in the way of "ground-up" lisp tutorials out there, at least when it comes to writing real software that does real things. I'm not even sure which questions to ask.
Any help/resources/"duh" clarifications would be appreciated.
I'm logging off and will plan to dig into Chapter 21 of Practical Common Lisp as some bedtime reading, so maybe I'll have a better handle on things when I log in next.