[asdf-devel] Alternate default lisp system location
fahree at gmail.com
Wed Mar 12 17:04:16 UTC 2014
Yay for the bikeshedding.
1- I think we should proceed and add a default path anyway.
~/cl/ and/or ~/common-lisp/ sound fine to me, and I've seen no one
complain about that.
You could make it ~/local/common-lisp/ if you're into larger paths.
2- Yes, we can add a programmatic way to manually register a .asd file:
put in front of *system-definition-search-functions* a new
sysdef-system-registry-search (please bikeshed a better name than that)
that takes entries from a hash-table, with associated API
(register-system name pathname-or-system)
and (unregister-system name)
Note that registering a system object rather than a pathname is
dangerous in case of latter ASDF upgrade
that would somehow invalidate the system class definition.
> I'd like to use this interface *instead* of thinking about which config
> file to extend, and extend a cross-platform data file instead.
There used to be a "preference file" mechanism.
We could reintroduce a ~/config/common-lisp/asdf-init.lisp and/or
to be loaded when ASDF is loaded and reloaded, or lazily at the first
initialize-source-registry, which gives users the opportunity to
disable it and to reenable it,
which is essential when preparing a "clean" image.
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