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Dear folks!
So inspired using OM since a couple of weeks. I do have  a question, one of you might have run into before.
I have sincere trouble integrating a third party package into OM. Randist would be amazing because of its normal distributed random generators.

I found cl-randist here:
https://github.com/lvaruzza/cl-randist
 

Happy to read your ideas, thanks in advance!
.-.deno.--.-

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thanks a lot!

but stil I get this error

> Error: File #P"/Applications/Opusmodus.app/Contents/Resources/third-party/bordeaux-threads/packages.lisp" not found

 ...when evaluating

(ql:quickload "cl-randist")

no idea how it happens to search in bordeaux-threads... how is this possible?

best greets

-.-deno.,.,

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