fahree at gmail.com
Sat Sep 24 17:33:44 UTC 2016
I'm not sure what you're trying to do and why.
If you want to somehow compile a system into a fasl that you then
distribute, one safe answer would look like:
;; 1- build your code with asdf, e.g.
(asdf:operate :compile-bundle-op 'pqr)
;; 2- use copy-file:
(uiop:copy-file (first (asdf:output-files :compile-bundle-op 'pqr)) ...)
There should probably be a FAQ for that.
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On Sat, Sep 24, 2016 at 1:25 PM, Greg Bennett <gwbennett at sentex.ca> wrote:
> 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 Section
> "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
> (defsystem zot
> :source-pathname (etc..)
> :binary-pathname (etcc..)
> (( ....)
> 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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