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Re: [STUMP] asdf.lisp version

From: Adam J. Lincoln
Subject: Re: [STUMP] asdf.lisp version
Date: Mon, 22 Dec 2008 12:35:30 -0500
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.18 (2008-05-17)

> 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")))".
> Jay

    I can confirm this on ubuntu 8.10 - cl-asdf 1.111 is installed by
default, and compilation warns about redefining SYSTEM-SOURCE-FILE in
asdf.lisp, then says SYSTEM-SOURCE-FILE does not name a generic
function and dies.
    I just reverted the asdf.lisp commit and it compiles and runs fine.


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