gwbennett at sentex.ca
Sat Sep 24 17:25:54 UTC 2016
Good morning from Greg Bennett.
I am trying to learn enough asdf to port some systems which
now use mk:defsystem.
Running under Linux Mint 17.2 and sbcl (or clozure) and using asdf3.1.7,
My (current) difficulty is in understanding the specification of the
locations of source
and binary files. I *suspect* that I fall among those described in
"This incompatibility shouldn’t inconvenience many people. Indeed, few
people use and customize these packages; these few people are experts
who can trivially adapt to the new configuration. Most people are not
experts, could not properly configure these features (except inasmuch as
the default configuration of |common-lisp-controller| and/or |cl-launch|
might have been doing the right thing for some users), and yet will
experience software that “just works”, as configured by the system
distributor, or by default"
I'm not an expert, and I am very pleased in somethings "just work", but
I am inconvenienced. I find code such as
clear and helpful. I have tried to understand Sections 8 and 9 of the
ASDF manual, indeed I thought I had Section 8
on source locations straight and looked ahead into Section 9, only find
myself without any usable idea of how to
I have scanned through assorted .asd files in the hope of seeing a
working example, but none of them use asdf
other than as a mechanism for specifying dependencies.
I can define a system pqr with zot.asd, stored in the same directory as
the source files.
I can run (asdf:operate 'asdf:compile-op 'pqr) and have all the .fasl files
squirreled away down in ~/.cache/common-lisp/lots-of-other-depths/.
I should appreciate it very much if someone could point me to examples
of working code for specifying source
and binary locations.
Thanks for any and all assistance.
Cheers /Greg Bennett
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