[Openmcl-devel] Fwd: ASDF-INSTALL Problems (Many)
wade.humeniuk at gmail.com
Thu Oct 29 16:03:36 UTC 2009
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From: Wade Humeniuk <wade.humeniuk at gmail.com>
Date: Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 9:30 AM
Subject: Re: [Openmcl-devel] ASDF-INSTALL Problems (Many)
To: "R. Matthew Emerson" <rme at clozure.com>
My personal feeling is that the asdf-install code should be reworked.
There is too many read-time conditionals spread out everywhere in the
code. Perhaps there should be custom Lisp Implementation files that
implement things like downloading, unarchiving and symlinking asd
files. (However I think that by doing that we might just have separate
implementation of asdf-install for CCL).
I would be willing to work on creating a reworked CCL asdf-install.
(If Clozure thinks it is a good idea). As a note, when using SBCL's
asdf-install it feels like they have a customized one.
Yeah... what is the future of asdf-install? Perhaps something like
the BKNR approach where there is a coherent SVN repository of Lisp
projects might be better.
As a user it seems that I end up needing about 30 asdf projects.
On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 7:51 PM, R. Matthew Emerson <rme at clozure.com> wrote:
> I just went ahead and committed fixes for these. We're probably causing
> future trouble for ourselves if we ever want to upgrade from upstream
> asdf-install, but at least asdf-install should work on Snow Leopard now.
> On Oct 25, 2009, at 5:18 PM, Wade Humeniuk wrote:
>> I was having many problems with asdf-install.
>> When I have
>> (setf ccl:*default-file-character-encoding* :utf-8)
>> in my ccl-init.lisp file.
>> I get errors when saving the temporary download file, its created
>> with utf-8 encodings (I assume at the beginning).
>> Is it legit to set my default encoding to :utf-8 in ccl-init.lisp? Or
>> should I just change it on an as needed basis?
>> To fix that asdf-install issue I change the open-file-arguments
>> in tools/asdf-install/port.lisp to specify the exact format.
>> (defun open-file-arguments ()
>> #+(or sbcl ccl) ;;;;;;;; CHANGE HERE
>> '(:external-format :latin1)
>> '(:external-format :iso-8859-1)
>> #+(or :clisp :digitool (and :lispworks :win32))
>> '(:element-type (unsigned-byte 8))))
>> I have also changed system-namestring to (I saw that Matthew Emerson
>> that to use ccl:native-translated-namerstring). Removed the call to
>> it throws an error because a symlink file does not yet exist.
>> (defun system-namestring (pathname)
>> (ccl:native-translated-namestring pathname)
>> (namestring (truename pathname)))
>> And I had to change tar handling because of snow leopard changes. Changed
>> (defun return-output-from-program (program args)
>> (with-output-to-string (out-stream)
>> (let ((proc (ccl:run-program program args
>> :input nil
>> :output :stream
>> :wait nil)))
>> (loop for line = (read-line
>> (ccl:external-process-output-stream proc) nil nil
>> while line
>> (if (string= line "x " :end1 2 )
>> (write-line (subseq line 2) out-stream)
>> (write-line line out-stream))))))
>> That is probably not the best place to fix tar issues (Oh well).
>> I think it is working now. Hope that helps anyone else encountering
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