[slime-devel] Today's Daily ChangeLog diff
pbowyer at olynet.com
Sun May 6 17:40:12 UTC 2012
I've gotten into the habit of running "./test.sh -S emacs sbcl" in the
slime directory after downloading the daily slime updates just to see if
it catches something. Normally, after running the test script I get
three errors I've come to expect as normal and I continue to use the
This morning's update causes an error that I haven't gotten before.
After listing the three errors I've come to expect as normal, there is
brief period of waiting and then I get a message "Lisp connection closed
unexpectedly: connection broken by remote peer"
indicating the connection was closed and the test session remains
active. I don't know how to close it other than closing the terminal
window it was running in.
The last few lines showing in the "Tests" window of the "slime : emacs"
session running in the terminal window were:
** input: (1 0)...
** input: (2 1)...
** input: (4 2)...
** input: (400 0.03 3)
OK: No debugger
ERROR: (error "Timeout waiting for condition: \"In debugger\"")
I'm using SBCL 1.0.55 running on a copy of 32-bit PCLinuxOS.
I've been using the CVS command:
:pserver:anonymous:anonymous at common-lisp.net:/project/slime/cvsroot co
as recommended on the slime website to download slime. starting with a
fresh install for each update (which only takes a few seconds).
If I download the fairly stable release using the CVS incantations found
in the slime documentation, the test succeeds with only the usual three
failures I've come to expect as normal, but the release date on the
slime I get that way is about a year old.
Is the "test.sh" script I find in the slime directory a useful tool to
use on new slime upgrades or am I expecting too much from it?
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