Release plan for asdf
fahree at gmail.com
Tue Jun 9 16:33:06 UTC 2015
Considering that this is asdf choking on the CL_SOURCE_REGISTRY
defined by the Makefile, which itself can be overridden using
ASDF_DEVEL_SOURCE_REGISTRY, can you export the latter environment
variable using Windows-style paths and ; as separator? Note that to
avoid having to count backslashes in presence of an indeterminate
number of levels of quoting, you may want to keep forward slashes.
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On Tue, Jun 9, 2015 at 12:29 PM, Robert Goldman <rpgoldman at sift.net> wrote:
> On 6/9/15 Jun 9 -11:19 AM, Dave Cooper wrote:
>> With luck, Dave's Windows tests will come back passing, and we can
>> release tomorrow.
>> Not quite. The next failure looks like it's specific to cygwin, though.
>> At least in Allegro and CCL, when launched from a cygwin bash shell, the
>> "PWD" environment is "/cygdrive/f/..." but this is not recognized by
>> the Lisp -- e.g.
> cygwin is a mess. It's an operating system, but no it's not an
> operating system.
> My best guess is that the Lisps would have to be told that they are
> running under cygwin in some sense, so that they would know to use the
> cygwin equivalents to the standard posix commands, instead of using the
> real operating system, which is Windows.
> The only thing I can think of would be if we could find something in the
> environment that would indicate that we're in cygwin context. I don't
> know what that would be. Does cygwin set some standard environment
> Even then, I'm not sure how the lisp implementation could figure out how
> to find the right cygwin programs....
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