patch for allegro8 (was: Re: [asdf-devel] Ready to release?)
fahree at gmail.com
Fri Oct 18 22:11:57 UTC 2013
On Fri, Oct 18, 2013 at 5:01 PM, Dave Cooper <david.cooper at genworks.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 18, 2013 at 4:02 PM, Faré <fahree at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > I am reliably replicating test-encoding.script failures now with alisp8
>> > and
>> > mlisp8 on Windows and Linux. I will send that output separately.
> Here is a patch (with respect to d20ea551c018c46439874f6911e4522289c1196a
> which you just pushed) which should take care of the test-encodings.script
> failures. The issue in my case was that I was running tests for alisp
> followed by alisp8. The asdf/build/fasls/alisp/asdf.fasl was being created
> originally by alisp, then loaded unmodified by alisp8. Because the pushnew
> of the :asdf-unicode onto *features* was being hard-coded into that fasl by
> alisp at compile time, this feature was coming into the system when
> asdf.fasl was being loaded into alisp8. So alisp8 ended up incorrectly
> thinking that it had :asdf-unicode, which caused test-encodings.script to
> become confused.
> Same deal with mlisp/mlisp8.
OK, I pushed something along the same idea, except
also patching uiop/stream.lisp to match the behavior.
> But separating the fasls between mlisp/mlisp8 and alisp/alisp8 should not be
> necessary; in Allegro you are supposed to be able to compile a fasl with
> alisp (mlisp) and load it with alisp8 (mlisp8), and vice-versa.
I'm curious about what happens to string with non-latin1 characters in them:
do they cause the loading to abort, or are they interned as string
with different lengths
depending on the unicode support? (Similarly for latin1 strings that
are malformed as utf-8.)
>>> I am also still getting intermittent test-stamp-propagation failures,
> This has not popped up again.
I'll ascribe that to interferences between multiple implementations
formerly sharing the same directory simultaneously, then (assuming
they used to).
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