daniel at turtleware.eu
Mon Jan 11 14:08:47 UTC 2016
Yes, I've made a PR on rutils repository and it got merged.
Should work on each (clisp, abcl, ecl) from now on.
Anton Vodonosov writes:
> ABCL complains about print-object too:
> 11.01.2016, 15:57, "Daniel Kochmański" <daniel at turtleware.eu>:
>> thanks for reporting this. I can confirm, that this problem also affects
>> ECL 16.0.0 (and the development version). It had to be some change with
>> the rutil, however it's probably ECL bug. I've added this issue here:
>> Does standard require to specialize the #'print-object method explicitly
>> on each built-in type? If not, then it's not ECL bug. Anyone?
>> cl-redis from the previous quicklisp dist loaded just fine. Problem is
>> caused by a function #'toggle-print-hash-table.
>> I'd fix redis like shown in the first comment in the abovementioned
>> issue. cl-redis loads fine after that, but I didn't perform any further
>> tests to verify if it works OK.
>> Best regards,
>> Diogo Franco writes:
>>> I've been using cl-redis with ecl without problems, but recently i have
>>> some trouble when installing on new systems.
>>> rutil is a dependency installed by quicklisp when doing quickload on
>>> cl-redis, and i've been getting:
>>> "There is no method on the generic function PRINT-OBJECT that agrees on
>>> qualifiers NIL and specializers (HASH-TABLE T)"
>>> This is the ecl that's installed via apt-get, ecl-13.5.1.
>>> I did notice that sbcl finds the method correctly when doing "(find-method
>>> #'print-object nil '(hash-table t))", while ecl also gives the error above.
>>> Any idea on how to further investigate this?
>>> Thanks in advance!
>> Daniel Kochmański ;; aka jackdaniel | Poznań, Poland
>> TurtleWare - Daniel Kochmański | www.turtleware.eu
>> "Be the change that you wish to see in the world." - Mahatma Gandhi
Daniel Kochmański ;; aka jackdaniel | Poznań, Poland
TurtleWare - Daniel Kochmański | www.turtleware.eu
"Be the change that you wish to see in the world." - Mahatma Gandhi
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