ASDF 3.2.1 released
fahree at gmail.com
Mon Apr 3 22:50:31 UTC 2017
It is with great pleasure that we announce the release of ASDF 3.2.1.
This new release brings increased stability to the 3.2 series with
many fixes to small issues since ASDF 3.2.0 from last January. Note
that we already have significant changes in the pipeline and are still
intending to release a 3.3.0 "in a couple of months".
We urge implementations that are currently bundling previous versions
of ASDF to adopt 3.2.1 at their earliest convenience. Release 3.2.1
contains significant bug fixes on multiple platforms and
implementations, and does not introduce any incompatibilities on
public APIs. It builds on 3.2.0, that did contain cleanups and
refactorings that broke some previously undocumented (and sometimes
explicitly deprecated) internals. Those systems in Quicklisp that used
or abused these internals have been fixed (notably including slime,
asdf-system-connections, cffi, iolib, prove, cl-protobufs). Details on
bugfixes can be found at https://launchpad.net/asdf and in the
discussions in merged branches of
Notable credits go to Robert P. Goldman for continued testing,
François-René Rideau for general coding and fixing a few more bugs
than he put in, to Dave Cooper for lending access to a Windows test
server, and to Anton Vodonosov for repeatedly testing with
Here is the changelog entry for 3.2.1, compared to 3.1.0:
cl-asdf (2:3.2.1-1) unstable; urgency=low
* source-registry: resolve conflicts in a way compatible with Quicklisp.
* Upgrade: make the upgrade logic more robust, especially on CCL.
* Require-system: better normalize module vs system names on CMUCL MKCL SBCL.
* Logical pathnames: fix bad-system-name warning behavior when using LPNs.
* XDG: skip empty entries, for compatibility with Ubuntu
* Bundles: numerous fixes for bundles especially so for ECL and MKCL.
Don't try to combine .a's as it's not portable; only ever combine but .o's.
Getting rid of the *load-system-operation*, now it's always load-op.
* launch-program: more fixes, notably for ECL, clasp.
* Deprecation: fix issues with the deprecation schedule of some functions.
* Test and Release: fixes to the release process and to a few tests.
* Documentation: a document describing best practices when using ASDF.
-- Francois-Rene Rideau <fare at tunes.org> Sun, 03 Avril 2017 14:49:29 +0100
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