[asdf-devel] P.S. re patch...
fahree at gmail.com
Thu Dec 13 15:07:40 UTC 2012
Also, I'd like to know if any package in Quicklisp relies on some ASDF
internals I'd like to rename. This is especially harder when users
define methods on a generic function — you can't rename the function,
Is there an easy way to download EVERYTHING (excluding old versions)
so I may grep the results?
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On Thu, Dec 13, 2012 at 9:27 AM, Zach Beane <xach at xach.com> wrote:
> Faré <fahree at gmail.com> writes:
>>>> I intend to release 2.27 next week. Can people test on their systems
>>>> and their implementations?
>>>> Xach, are things all clear with Quicklisp now?
>>> There is an unusual issue with the "periods" library that I can't quite
>>> puzzle out. It does not have any trouble with ASDF 2.26, but it fails to
>>> load from FASL, under some circumstances, with the latest commit to
>>> master. It seems like something in my build environment is triggering
>>> it, but I can't reproduce it reliably enough to figure it out.
>>> I'll keep you posted.
>> Do you logs of some of these failures? Maybe I can reproduce at home,
>> or, looking at the .asd and knowing what I changed, figure a scenario
>> that explains the failure.
> http://report.quicklisp.org/periods/2012-12-12/failtail.txt is the
> typical failure log. The use of the SERIES package is conditionalized on
> the :PERIODS-USE-SERIES feature, and I can't find any place where that
> is in effect.
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