[slime-devel] slime "hangs" when iterate package is used on SBCL

Stas Boukarev stassats at gmail.com
Wed Apr 28 17:29:39 UTC 2010

Andrea Taverna <a.tavs at libero.it> writes:

> Hi,
> I think I came across a (possibly) new bug in SLIME, here is the description:
> SLIME: cvs snapshot 24/04/2010
> Emacs: 23.1.1
> SBCL: 1.0.37   
> ITERATE: 1.4.3
> system: Linux Fedora Core 12 x86 32bit
> Description: the following code
> ;-------%<-------%<-------%<-------%<
> (require :iterate)
> (use-package :iterate)
> ;-------%<-------%<-------%<-------%<
> evalueted in either inferior-lisp or slime-repl causes slime to "hang", i.e.
> after the use command the repl prompt stays unresponsive, I tried waiting
> several minutes.
> Commands like slime-interrupt and slime-quit-lisp don't work either, I have to
> manually kill the sbcl process to quit lisp. Both emacs and sbcl are alive and
> waiting, in fact it does seem the computer is just waiting me to give some
> input.
> The same code evaluated without using iterate's package or inside a unix
> terminal works without a glitch.   
That's an SBCL issue, https://bugs.launchpad.net/sbcl/+bug/511072

With Best Regards, Stas.

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