daniel at turtleware.eu
Fri Mar 17 15:58:42 UTC 2017
Robert Goldman writes:
> On 3/15/17 Mar 15 -12:05 PM, Daniel Kochmański wrote:
>> I think it's controlled by *COMPILE-FILE-FAILURE-BEHAVIOUR* and
>> *COMPILE-FILE-WARNINGS-BEHAVIOUR* both taking as value one of :WARN,
>> :ERROR or :IGNORE.
>> Robert Goldman writes:
>>> What is the proper way to make ASDF fail on ANY warning (including
>>> STYLE-WARNINGs)? I thought I knew how to do this, but I'm having
>>> trouble making it work, possible because of the DEFERRED-WARNINGS.
> Hm. These seem unpleasingly global. I have a case where I have a
> system that I want to compile in a strict way -- I want to know by
> having a failure if there is any warning in my build. BUT... my system
> depends on an upstream library that has warnings in its build.
> What I really would like is to catch the issues only in building my
> system, but I think that ASDF may be grabbing up style warnings and
> having its own way with them.
I think that to have better control over component behavior you may
specialize method perform on basic-compile-op and your system and change
values of these special variables:
(defmethod perform ((o basic-compile-op) (c (eql #.(find-system system-name))))
(let ((*compile-file-failure-behaviour* :error)
or something in this spirit. I think it's an ugly solution, but it may
do the trick for you.
Daniel Kochmański ;; aka jackdaniel | Przemyśl, Poland
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