[Ecls-list] [asdf-devel] Please test: merged ECL support, created asdf.asd
fahree at gmail.com
Tue Dec 1 15:34:45 UTC 2009
OK for not supporting too an upgrade of an ASDF that is too old, only
supporting an upgrade going forward. To me that means that we should
try very hard to get upgradability (and configurability) right, then
try to push for a "simultaneous" distribution of the upgradable ASDF
to all implementations, and then declare future such distributions not
However I'd still like to try one more time to get upgradability
working for an older ECL, for not only is it a good exercise in
preparation for the future, in addition to a minor feature -- if we
can debug it for ECL, that might probably help with other
ECL-specific notes (please follow up only to the ECL list for these
issues): when I run from the command-line, I get a debugger, but no
debugging information for the frames above the ASDF invocation. So
yes, maybe the solution is to re-compile asdf.fas with debugging
information. How do I do that?
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2009/12/1 Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll <juanjose.garciaripoll at googlemail.com>:
> On Tue, Dec 1, 2009 at 12:17 PM, Faré <fahree at gmail.com> wrote:
>> OK, but then, I may as well drop the ECL-specific code I inserted to
>> support upgrade from an older ASDF.
> I would say that we can focus on ensuring that ASDF can be upgraded
> for ECL >= 9.12.1 and leave the older versions out.
>> Also, I deplore that errors occuring during initialization leave very
>> little chance of debugging to the normal ECL user; I wouldn't even
>> know where to insert break points for gdb.
> The ECL command line arguments -load and -eval are not intended to
> open a debugger. Their primary use is scripting, where you do not want
> interaction with the user.
> A different issue is whether you would get a debugger doing the same
> thing in the command line -- probably the extensions (ASDF, sockets,
> etc) are currently compiled without debug information, but I would
> have to look it up.
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