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Re: [STUMP] asdf.lisp version

From: Jay Belanger
Subject: Re: [STUMP] asdf.lisp version
Date: Thu, 11 Dec 2008 00:09:04 -0600
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.0.60 (gnu/linux)

> Ivy Foster <address@hidden> writes:
>> I've tested out building with the updated version locally, and had no
>> errors on clisp. I should point out, though, that the *reason*
>> I noticed stumpwm's asdf.lisp is out of date is that I happened to
>> have the current one installed (and loaded by default in my
>> clisprc.lisp), and got a build error when stumpwm tried to load the
>> old one and found some incompatibilities.

Shawn <address@hidden> writes:
> I've updated the version.

I can no longer compile stumpwm with clisp (version 2.42 on Ubuntu).
(Up until my most recent `git pull', it compiled fine. )  Comparing this
with the problem that Ivy had before the fix, I guess there is some
conflict with an older asdf.  I have cl-asdf 1.109 installed on my
system, since it is a requirement for clisp on Ubuntu, and I guess it
gets loaded automatically.  If I replace the current asdf.lisp in
stumpwm with asdf.lisp that comes on my system, then stumpwm compiles
(with warnings), so I guess that's the problem.  If I replace "(load
"asdf.lisp")" with "(require 'asdf)" in and, then everything compiles nicely.  Perhaps the 
"(load "asdf.lisp")"s could be replaced with something like 
" (handler-case (require 'asdf) (error () (load "asdf.lisp")))".

By the way, the README is out of date.  It still discusses CVS and says
that you need to install asdf if it isn't already installed.


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