[Cl-perec-devel] Re: cl-def?
levente.meszaros at gmail.com
Mon Aug 13 07:48:53 UTC 2007
Well, by heavy development we didn't mean the core features of
cl-perec but some exotic ones. I think the API is quite stable now,
although the implementation may change when needed.
Also nota that the test suite is pretty comprehensive.
Bug reports and patches are always welcomed.
On 8/12/07, Attila Lendvai <attila.lendvai at gmail.com> wrote:
> > ; caught ERROR:
> > ; (during macroexpansion of (DEFLOGGER SQL-LOG ...))
> > ; error while parsing arguments to DEFMACRO DEFLOGGER:
> > ; unknown keyword: :COMPILE-TIME-LEVEL; expected one of :DOCUMENTATION,
> > :APPENDERS, :APPENDER, :LEVEL
> > Any pointers?
> your arnesi is way too old, you'll need the latest of most of the
> dependencies from their repos. cl-perec is undergoing heavy
> i've updated the cl-def page since then.
> we use sbcl as our primary (well, as the only :) platform and while
> all our code is written to use only standard features, there are most
> probably small problems when using different platforms.
> but... cl-perec uses (setf standard-instance-access) which is not
> defined in stock sbcl. we have a branch where we added this, and i've
> sent a patch to sbcl-devel, too.
> the diff is trivial, though:
> hunk ./src/pcl/slots.lisp 169
> +(defun (setf standard-instance-access) (new-value instance location)
> + (setf (clos-slots-ref (std-instance-slots instance) location) new-value))
> if you are stuck again, please include the lisp implementation and
> version you are using.
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