patch for allegro8 (was: Re: [asdf-devel] Ready to release?)
fahree at gmail.com
Sat Oct 19 15:51:12 UTC 2013
> For attached file unicode.lisp [...]
So allegro stores the strings in utf-8 (as confirmed by looking at a
trivial fasl), and when a non-latin1 (or cp1252) character is interned
from the fasl in a 8-bit variant, it becomes #\?. That makes sense.
> I'm not sure how to make a latin1 string which is malformed as utf-8.
You just did.
echo é€‰é¡¹ | recode u8..l1 | recode u8..u2
recode: Invalid input in step `UTF-8..ISO-10646-UCS-2'
Thanks a lot! This closes this investigation of strings in allegro.
Can you test that the latest checkout passes the test on mlisp8?
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