newbie setup question
thomas.lynch at reasoningtechnology.com
Mon Jan 18 11:30:55 UTC 2016
New at this, sure could use a pointer. I'm not able to get the code to
build consistently. It works only after a failure. So I have to do it
twice to get it to go. Sure would like to know what is wrong here.
These are the directories:
/home/LE/sbcl/LE.asd ;holds the definition, as shown below
/home/LE/sbcl/src ;holds the lisp source files for my project
The system is Debian, udpated today. quicklisp is installed.
These are the commands I type:
(pushnew (truename ".") asdf:*central-registry* :test #'equal)
in a fresh environment this fails, and dumps me in the debugger,
asdf:load-system tells me:
"Component :LE not found:
Then I exit the debugger, and run it a second time and it works. Not sure,
may need quotes the first time, a colon the second, i.e. it is quirky.
I have tried a lot of variations of the above, pretty much every example
I've been able to find, some have "LE" instead of :LE everywhere.
Here is the value of asdf:*central-registry* after the push:
Here is the asdf file that is located in /home/LE/sbcl:
:author "Thomas W. Lynch <thomas.lynch at reasoningtechnology.com>"
:description "Lynch's extensions"
;; :serial t
(:file "fundamental" :depends-on ("package"))
(:file "test" :depends-on ("fundamental"))
(:file "string" :depends-on ("test"))
(:file "functions" :depends-on ("test"))
(:file "list-0" :depends-on ("functions"))
;; (:file "list-L" :depends-on ("list-0"))
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