Attempt to unread too many characters ...
asm198 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 21 12:42:26 UTC 2013
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I've talked to Franz about this and they're working on a patch for 9.0
and later for 8.2.
Thanks for the help,
On 10/17/2013 06:25 AM, Luís Oliveira wrote:
> Andrew Myers <asm198 at gmail.com> writes:
>>> attempt to unread too many characters on
>>> #<TWO-WAY-STREAM "" @ #x100010c8c22>
>> Is this a problem with Franz Lisp? Slime, Swank? I'm not really sure
>> where I should start looking at this point. Any help is appreciated.
> I believe this is an ACL bug. You can reproduce it independently of
> slime-repl as follows:
> ((error (lambda (e)
> (let ((*query-io* (make-two-way-stream
> (lambda () (format nil "10~%")))
> (invoke-restart-interactively 'store-value)))))
> (eval 'a))
> It seems that INVOKE-RESTART-INTERACTIVELY or something else more
> specific to the STORE-VALUE restart is doing too many UNREAD-CHARs which
> is not supported by the gray stream that SWANK has setup for
> *QUERY-IO*. (I don't remember enough details about gray streams to know
> whether this a general gray stream thing or something else.)
> Also, this happens in ACL 9.0 but not ACL 8.1.
> Can you report it to Franz?
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