Recent disappearance of asdf:bundle-system.
daniel at turtleware.eu
Sun Sep 11 15:46:48 UTC 2016
> 1- While the trivial convenience function bundle-system was removed,
> the underlying functionality still exists. The function was ill-named
> legacy of dubious value. Do ABCL users actually use this function as
bundle-system is a function with a good name, reflecting it's premise –
it creates bundled system. I.e it's not less valid than require-system
or anything else.
> 2- On the other hand, its removal is a bit brutal. It might have been
> better to use the gradual removal strategy we were thinking of in
> branch obsolete-function-warnings. Maybe there's a case for reversing
> this removal before next release, and instead completing and merging
> that branch and using it. I however do not volunteer for the job at
> this point.
This removal was my mistake, not a brutal "right thing to do".
> 3- I merged part of this pull request into 220.127.116.11.
Please merge my merge request in full, unless you find a technical
problems with it.
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> On Sun, Sep 11, 2016 at 8:32 AM, Jean-Claude Beaudoin
> <jean.claude.beaudoin at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Sun, Sep 11, 2016 at 8:12 AM, Daniel Kochmański <daniel at turtleware.eu>
>>> now all MKCL tests pass as expected. I've also disabled load-bundle-op
>>> as a default option (seems like a MKCL bug):
>> I'll have to look deeper into that load-bundle-op question...
>>> The issue with the system modules is caused by a muss in the systems
>>> definitions of MKCL. Namely asd files are bogus – for instance there is
>>> (repeated) cmp.asd definition in contrib/ directory pointing and cmp.a
>>> file, but the latter isn't present there. `locate-system' takes the
>>> cmp.asd from the contrib/ directory and can't inject proper module. I've
>>> disabled for mkcl find-system check, but mkcl will fail, if any asd
>>> system has "cmp" in `:depends-on' (and this is not a regression, it was
>>> like this before and is a problem with mkcl asd files).
>> Yep, that's a bug. I had not noticed that bogus cmp.asd before now, that's
>>> Long story short – everything is as fine as was before this "wave of
>> Thanks, I'll give the test suite one more spin as soon as I get an
>> just to confirm.
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