[Ecls-list] Suspicious size of "asdf:make-build :monolithic t"'s output

Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll juanjose.garciaripoll at googlemail.com
Mon Apr 5 19:35:16 UTC 2010

It may be that ASDF has changed the way it produces a list of operations.
This is fragile, not only by itself but also by the way ECL gets information
from it. One way to get information about what is going on is to place a
"trace" on asdf:gather-components. Another one is to do it on "perform".

On Mon, Apr 5, 2010 at 7:49 PM, Samium Gromoff
<_deepfire at feelingofgreen.ru>wrote:

> I have encountered some peculiar size discrepancy in the output
> of (asdf:make-build :system-name :type :fasl :monolithic t).
> Specifically, the final -mono.fasb is now 0.6 MB with ECL 10.4.1,
> where it used to be 6 MB with ECL 9.4.  I'd like to believe
> in ECL's newly-acquired magical compilation powers, but the fact that
> .fas files produced by compiling individual source files are of
> about the the same scale, combined with the failure to load the final .fasb
> makes me a tad suspicious :-)
> I've looked in the manual, but it didn't seem to hint at any semantic
> changes in the supposed behavior of ASDF:MAKE-BUILD.
> What should I be looking at?
> --
> regards,
>  Samium Gromoff
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