segfault while testing lil
daniel at turtleware.eu
Thu Apr 14 14:01:50 UTC 2016
In fact I did, but it didn't work, so I've tried the testcase you
provided with the same result, so I've wrote an e-mail.
I had to manually quickload the reader-interception, because it's not
listed in the lil/test dependencies. I think it's a lil's test system
Either way, testing the system gives the segmentation-violation just as
you said, so the bug is confirmed. I think that it's triggered by
something in hu.dwim.stefil (hu.dwim.* already proven a few ECL bugs).
Could you add it to the issue tracker on
> On Thu, Apr 14, 2016 at 1:28 AM, Daniel Kochmański <daniel at turtleware.eu> wrote:
>> I have on this testcase:
>> jack at pandora ~ % rlwrap ecl -eval "'(#.(require \"asdf\")#.(asdf:test-system :lil))"
>> ;;; Loading "/home/jack/quicklisp/setup.lisp"
>> ;;; Loading #P"/usr/local/lib/ecl-16.1.2/asdf.fas"
>> An error occurred during initialization:
>> Component "reader-interception" not found, required by
>> #<package-inferred-system "lil/test/base">.
> That's just you missing a dependency. Install all dependencies, or
> try loading quicklisp instead of requiring asdf.
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