[Ecls-list] asdf:load-op vs require

Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll juanjose.garciaripoll at googlemail.com
Thu Apr 8 21:59:28 UTC 2010

They are treated by different functions: if you do not add ECL's system
directory to ASDF's search path, then it will not find the other CLX. But
even then, if ECL's path is after any other path you push, then the other
paths will take precedence. Summing up: it depends on how you configure


On Thu, Apr 8, 2010 at 11:59 AM, Marko Kocić <marko.kocic at gmail.com> wrote:

> What are the rules for loading a system when there are two systems
> with the same name.
> For example I have clx as a contrib and another clx from upstream.
> When I do (require 'clx) it loads upstream one. Shouldn't require
> always load contrib one first, regardless of presence of another one
> in asdf:*central-registry*?
> Regards,
> Marko Kocić
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