[asdf-devel] Force reloading a .asd file without "touch" it
Chun Tian (binghe)
binghe.lisp at gmail.com
Wed Jun 15 17:56:49 UTC 2011
Amazing, it works. Just do a clear-system before load-system, it solves my need.
在 2011-6-16，01:48， Zach Beane 写道：
> "Chun Tian (binghe)" <binghe.lisp at gmail.com> writes:
>> Hi, ASDF users
>> Any one know how to reload a .asd file without "touch" it to let it have a newer timestamp?
>> I have a snmp.asd file which contain the content of another file:
>> (defparameter *mib.lisp-expr*
>> (s (merge-pathnames (make-pathname :name "mib"
>> :type "lisp-expr")
>> :direction :input)
>> (read s)))
>> (defsystem snmp
>> :components (
>> (:module "compiled-mibs" :depends-on ("runtime")
>> :components #.*mib.lisp-expr*)))
>> See, the DEFSYSTEM form is actually determined by another file. And I have a function which can update this another file, and after its content change, I want to re-load this snmp.asd to make the new DEFSYSTEM form take effect. Just call (asdf:load-system :snmp) obviously won't help.
>> How can I achieve this goal?
> Does (asdf:clear-system :snmp) do what you need?
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