ASDF status for 3.1.7 release
Robert P. Goldman
rpgoldman at sift.net
Wed Mar 30 13:02:30 UTC 2016
The last time I tried it, the build process had been changed to require a precompilation step for the script runner, and that precompilation step failed for me.
Prior to that the lisp-based solution seemed to mostly work, but was not maintainable by me. ASDF is all I can handle; I need to have a build system on which I can rely. Admittedly, bash is about the worst programming language short of INTERCAL, but I can trust bash and make, and there are a plethora of documentation and code sample resources. I need that. I don't have the resources to beta test a new scripting framework as part of ASDF maintenance.
So those are the symptoms of my allergy. Developing a scripting framework in CL is a fine project, it's just not MY project.
> On Mar 28, 2016, at 18:15, Faré <fahree at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 27, 2016 at 6:05 PM, Jens K. Loewe
> <jens.k.loewe at googlemail.com> wrote:
>>> Going forward, we really need a Windows partner for ASDF.
>> What would be required to fit in? I am still in the learning phase of my
>> CL career, but I'm mainly using Windows for my every day tasks
>> (including programming), so I might try.
> Last I tried, the newfangled way of testing with asdf-tools worked
> well on Windows. It triggers allergy in Robert, but you might want to
> try it.
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