lou.vanek at gmail.com
Mon Oct 18 19:46:20 UTC 2010
I just deleted ALL FASLs in ~/.cache/* and ~/.slime/* and that didn't
On Mon, Oct 18, 2010 at 3:36 PM, Lou Vanek <lou.vanek at gmail.com> wrote:
> I using asdf version 2.009. That is shown in my first email (in the
> REPL output).
> I'm using the asdf that comes with ccl. I have more than one asdf version
> on my system but they are all older (version 1.x) than the version
> that comes with ccl-trunk (version 2.x).
> Just to be sure, I've moved my old version of ASDF to a place where it
> cannot be found and that didn't change anything, so it definitely is
> not being used.
> I'm not sure what other FASLs I could delete; I'm fairly certain I've
> deleted all old FASLs, but kept only those FASLs that are less than 10
> days old. I don't need to delete old FASLs if they are only 10 days
> old, do I? I updated ccl but I thought that didn't require deleting
> all FASLs since my previous version of ccl-trunk was installed about
> 10 or so days ago.
> On Mon, Oct 18, 2010 at 3:23 PM, <dherring at tentpost.com> wrote:
>> Lou Vanek wrote:
>>> The only thing that I can think of that has changed is I updated truck
>>> and rebuilt ccl.
>>> ? (rebuild-ccl :full t)
>> Maybe there's a stale asdf fasl somewhere? Are you using the asdf bundled
>> with ccl or a different copy?
>> You didn't show the asdf version...
>> - Daniel
>>> On Mon, Oct 18, 2010 at 2:56 PM, Faré <fahree at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Dunno what you're trying to do. Works for me.
>>>> $ ccl
>>>> Welcome to Clozure Common Lisp Version 1.6-dev-r14324M-trunk
>>>> ? (require :asdf)
>>>> ? (asdf:find-system :asdf)
>>>> #<SYSTEM "asdf">
>>>> ? (asdf:asdf-version)
>>>> ? (describe 'asdf:find-system)
>>>> Type: SYMBOL
>>>> Class: #<BUILT-IN-CLASS SYMBOL>
>>>> EXTERNAL in package: #<Package "ASDF">
>>>> Print name: "FIND-SYSTEM"
>>>> Value: #<Unbound>
>>>> Function: #<STANDARD-GENERIC-FUNCTION ASDF:FIND-SYSTEM #x3020005370AF>
>>>> Arglist: (ASDF:SYSTEM &OPTIONAL ASDF::ERROR-P)
>>>> Plist: NIL
>>>> Can you post a transcript of what you're doing, possibly on
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