new compiler error re: SET-DISPATCH-MACRO-CHARACTER
carlos.konstanski at verizonwireless.com
Thu Oct 12 00:41:18 UTC 2017
This is a bug report. I'm using puri as an example, but it's not a puri
With the latest version of asdf (3.3.0) puri no longer compiles. The
following compiler error is thrown:
SET-DISPATCH-MACRO-CHARACTER would modify the standard readtable.
[Condition of type ASDF/FIND-SYSTEM:LOAD-SYSTEM-DEFINITION-ERROR]
0: (SET-DISPATCH-MACRO-CHARACTER #\# #\u #<FUNCTION PURI::SHARP-U>
(defun sharp-u (stream chr arg)
(declare (ignore chr arg))
(let ((arg (read stream nil nil t)))
(if* (stringp arg)
then (parse-uri arg)
"#u takes a string or list argument: ~s" arg)))))
(set-dispatch-macro-character #\# #\u #'puri::sharp-u)
What puri is doing re: SET-DISPATCH-MACRO-CHARACTER is totally by the
book. Why is this suddenly an error? Is there a workaround?
Backing up to the next most recent release of asdf makes the problem go
I tried to find the asdf changelog to see if this is a documented
change. But the link is broken.
uiop seems to be closely tied to asdf. Not sure which package is
actually at fault.
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