[armedbear-devel] Re: Bugs

Faré fahree at gmail.com
Wed Oct 23 00:47:48 UTC 2013

While testing on Windows, two tests revealed a bug in ABCL:
test-nested-components.script test-system-pathnames.script
Is there a good way to get a useful backtrace? We used:
    (let ((*debug-io* stream)) (top-level::backtrace-command count))
and it yielded no output (count bound to nil, stream to the log file).

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On Tue, Oct 22, 2013 at 2:26 PM, Faré <fahree at gmail.com> wrote:
> Testing ASDF found several bugs in ABCL.
> cd ~/cl/asdf/
> abcl --noinform --eval
> '(or`#.(load(string`|test/script-support.lisp|)`:verbose():print())#.(asdf-test::exit-lisp`0))'
> Failed to require  LOOP because 'Illegal function object: (bqv).'
> Maximum error depth exceeded (11 nested errors) with 'Illegal function
> object: (bqv).'.
> abcl --noinform --eval
> "(or'#.(load(string'|test/script-support.lisp|):verbose():print())#.(asdf-test::exit-lisp'0))"
> So your backquote parser is broken somehow.
> Also, upgrading from ASDF 2.25 or 2.26 used to work, but not anymore.
> Now 2.27 is needed (as configured in header.lisp, and tested with make
> u l=abcl ASDF_UPGRADE_TEST_TAGS=2.25).
> Finally, there are many instances of abcl in #+ or #- in the test/
> directory, including two new ones in test-bundle on Mac (which is a
> regression from abcl 1.1.0) and in test-stamp-propagation (which is a
> new test, and a bug shared with XCL).
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