xach at xach.com
Tue Dec 18 15:30:55 UTC 2012
Zach Beane <xach at xach.com> writes:
> Faré <fahree at gmail.com> writes:
>> It works for me. I suspect you might not have compiled sb-md5 from clean,
>> and due to that bug I fixed in 2.26.9 which required a substantial refactoring,
>> ASDF can now see that file was not up-to-date, when it couldn't see it earlier.
>> Can you recompile this contrib from clean, either in place (by getting
>> proper access rights)
>> or in another directly from which you reinstall afterwards?
> What does "compile from clean" mean? What's a way to *not* compile from
FYI, here's a simplified way to reproduce it. From the ASDF source
directory, with the latest checkout:
sbcl --non-interactive --no-userinit --load asdf.lisp --eval "(require :sb-md5)"
This lands in the debugger with the permissions error on three different
SBCL installations of mine. Am I doing something wrong?
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