[parenscript-devel] PS warning being treated as error by ASDF+SBCL

Vladimir Sedach vsedach at gmail.com
Thu Jan 27 03:41:31 UTC 2011

I think you're right about this being a CCL bug. The
simple-style-warning works ok on SBCL (I'm going to have to figure out
what to do with CLISP before the release, because it doesn't seem to
like named-readtables...).


2011/1/26 Alessio Stalla <alessiostalla at gmail.com>:
> On Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 5:04 AM, Vladimir Sedach <vsedach at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I give up. This is happening because compile-file returns "failure-p,
>> is false if no conditions of type error or warning (other than
>> style-warning) were detected by the compiler."
>> According to Clozure, this means style-warning exactly, and not any
>> subclasses. Which is completely useless, because style-warning doesn't
>> have any format arguments, so you have to subclass it for it to say
>> anything meaningful.
>> Anyone have any ideas on what to do? Should I just give up on trying
>> to use warnings and write to *debug-io* myself?
> Just my €.02, but... to me "no conditions of type... other than
> style-warning" does exclude both style-warning and its subclasses,
> since an instance of a subclass of style-warning is of type
> style-warning. So I'd say you encountered a CCL bug, and using a
> subclass of style-warning should be fine.
> Alessio
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