[Asdf-devel] resurrecting some tests

Faré fahree at gmail.com
Thu Oct 16 00:59:49 UTC 2014

On Wed, Oct 15, 2014 at 5:05 PM, Robert P. Goldman <rpgoldman at sift.info> wrote:
> The clisp test failure is a failure in the lisp-invocation library. I
> don't own that (still waiting for commit privileges), so I made the
> executive decision not to hold up ASDF release for it.
Well, it works well for me, but in any case, grep'ing for qitab in
/etc/group says that you should now have commit privileges for

> Minimakefile is not in master yet, so it's not ready. I hope to work to
> get it into master, but I'm not sure how to test it. Since it's a
> development tool, it's not obvious how to test it.
Well, we're already using lisp-invocation in some tests. With
minimakefile, it's also used by the scripting layer (instead of ad hoc
shell scripting), so fixes like that.

NB: run-tests.sh does use option -I and always has, since way back
before I got involved, says git blame — I didn't track just how far it
goes. There's definitely something weird going on, and I suppose it's
a bug in whichever version of clisp you're using. Maybe we can
convince the clisp developers to release 2.50 ?

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