Erik Huelsmann | 30 Jul 15:54 2014
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[Armedbear-devel] Motion to delete asdf-install from ABCL's contrib

Hi all,

Relaying a motion by slyrus (Cyrus Harmon) from IRC: can we delete asdf-install from ABCL's contrib package?

I think we can and should, given that we now have Quicklisp well supported, so hereby I'm relaying.

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Cyrus Harmon | 16 Jul 00:30 2014

[Armedbear-devel] ASDF errors in latest ABCL

So, it’s quite possible I’m doing something wrong here, but I’m having a problem loading an ASDF file:

Error (UNBOUND-SLOT) during printing: #<ASDF/FIND-SYSTEM:LOAD-SYSTEM-DEFINITION-ERROR {342BCE09}>
   [Condition of type ASDF/FIND-SYSTEM:LOAD-SYSTEM-DEFINITION-ERROR]

Restarts:
 0: [REINITIALIZE-SOURCE-REGISTRY-AND-RETRY] Retry finding system abcl-cdk after reinitializing the source-registry.
 1: [RETRY] Retry SLIME REPL evaluation request.
 2: [*ABORT] Return to SLIME's top level.
 3: [ABORT] Abort thread.

Backtrace:
  0: (#<FUNCTION {776A693B}> #<ASDF/FIND-SYSTEM:LOAD-SYSTEM-DEFINITION-ERROR {342BCE09}>
#<FUNCTION {776A693B}>)
  1: (APPLY #<FUNCTION {776A693B}> (#<ASDF/FIND-SYSTEM:LOAD-SYSTEM-DEFINITION-ERROR {342BCE09}>
#<FUNCTION {776A693B}>))
  2: (SYSTEM::RUN-HOOK SYSTEM::*INVOKE-DEBUGGER-HOOK*
#<ASDF/FIND-SYSTEM:LOAD-SYSTEM-DEFINITION-ERROR {342BCE09}> #<FUNCTION {776A693B}>)
  3: (INVOKE-DEBUGGER #<ASDF/FIND-SYSTEM:LOAD-SYSTEM-DEFINITION-ERROR {342BCE09}>)
  4: (ERROR ASDF/FIND-SYSTEM:LOAD-SYSTEM-DEFINITION-ERROR :NAME "abcl-cdk" :PATHNAME
#P"/Users/sly/projects/abcl-cdk/abcl-cdk.asd" ...)
  5: (#<FUNCTION {6B22DDBC}> #<PROGRAM-ERROR {27E3CBA1}>)
  6: (SIGNAL #<PROGRAM-ERROR {27E3CBA1}>)
  7: (ERROR PROGRAM-ERROR :FORMAT-CONTROL "Invalid initarg ~S in call to ~S with arglist ~S."
:FORMAT-ARGUMENTS (:REPOSITORY MAKE-INSTANCE (#<ASDF/INTERFACE:MVN {5C4DCB7C}> :NAME "org.openscience.cdk/cdk-b..
  8: (MOP::CHECK-INITARGS (#<STANDARD-GENERIC-FUNCTION {22978F81}> #<STANDARD-GENERIC-FUNCTION
{513D2D11}>) (#<ASDF/INTERFACE:MVN {5C4DCB7C}> :NAME
"org.openscience.cdk/cdk-bundle/1.5.6-SNAPSHOT" :PATHNAME..
  9: (#<FUNCTION {6B4F0153}> #<STANDARD-CLASS ASDF/INTERFACE:MVN {2A4AE9E8}> :NAME
"org.openscience.cdk/cdk-bundle/1.5.6-SNAPSHOT" :PATHNAME NIL ...)
 10: (APPLY #<FUNCTION {6B4F0153}> (#<STANDARD-CLASS ASDF/INTERFACE:MVN {2A4AE9E8}> :NAME
"org.openscience.cdk/cdk-bundle/1.5.6-SNAPSHOT" :PATHNAME NIL :PARENT ...))
 11: (MAKE-INSTANCE #<STANDARD-CLASS ASDF/INTERFACE:MVN {2A4AE9E8}> :NAME
"org.openscience.cdk/cdk-bundle/1.5.6-SNAPSHOT" :PATHNAME NIL ...)
 12: (APPLY MAKE-INSTANCE #<STANDARD-CLASS ASDF/INTERFACE:MVN {2A4AE9E8}> (:NAME
"org.openscience.cdk/cdk-bundle/1.5.6-SNAPSHOT" :PATHNAME NIL :PARENT #<ASDF/SYSTEM:SYSTEM
{3E0B9897}> ...))
 13: (ASDF/PARSE-DEFSYSTEM:PARSE-COMPONENT-FORM #<ASDF/SYSTEM:SYSTEM {3E0B9897}> (:MVN
"org.openscience.cdk/cdk-bundle/1.5.6-SNAPSHOT" :REPOSITORY NIL) :PREVIOUS-SERIAL-COMPONENT "org.freehep/freehep-graph..
 14: (ASDF/PARSE-DEFSYSTEM:PARSE-COMPONENT-FORM NIL (:MODULE "abcl-cdk" :PATHNAME NIL :NAME
"abcl-cdk" ...))
 15: (#<FUNCTION {FE0272F}>)
 16: (ASDF/CACHE:CALL-WITH-ASDF-CACHE #<FUNCTION {FE0272F}> :OVERRIDE NIL :KEY NIL)
 17: (ASDF/PARSE-DEFSYSTEM:REGISTER-SYSTEM-DEFINITION :ABCL-CDK :NAME "abcl-cdk" :AUTHOR "Cyrus
Harmon" ...)
 18: (APPLY ASDF/PARSE-DEFSYSTEM:REGISTER-SYSTEM-DEFINITION :ABCL-CDK (:NAME "abcl-cdk" :AUTHOR
"Cyrus Harmon" :SERIAL T ...))
 19: (SYSTEM::%LOAD #P"/Users/sly/projects/abcl-cdk/abcl-cdk.asd" NIL NIL T :UTF-8)
 --more--

So while it’s possible there may be an error in my ASDF file, it seems like we’re erroring out with a bogus
error message. I’m having a hard time figuring out what the invalid initarg it’s complaining about in
lines 7 and 8 are.

Cyrus
Didier Verna | 10 Jul 17:24 2014
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[Armedbear-devel] [CfPart] International Lisp Conference 2014, August 15-17, Montreal


	       ILC 2014 - International Lisp Conference
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     August 15-17 2014, Université de Montréal, Montréal, Canada

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Scope:

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Programme Chair: Didier Verna (EPITA Research lab, Paris, France)
Local chair:     Marc Feeley (Université de Montréal, Montréal, Canada)

Programme Committee:
Charlotte Herzeel, IMEC, ExaScience Life Lab, Belgium
Dave Herman, Mozilla Research, USA
Greg Pfeil, Clozure Associates, USA
Irène Anne Durand, LaBRI University of Bordeaux, France
Jim Newton, Cadence Design Systems, France
Kuroda Hisao, Mathematical Systems Inc., Japan
Matthew Might, University of Utah, USA
Nicolas Neuss, Friedrich Alexander Universitat, Germany
Ralf Möller, TUHH, Germany
Sam Tobin-Hochstadt, Northeastern University, USA
William Byrd, University of Utah, USA

Contact: ilc14-organizing-committee at alu.org

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[Armedbear-devel] [CfPart] International Lisp Conference 2014, August 15-17, Montreal


	       ILC 2014 - International Lisp Conference
			  "Lisp on the Move"

     August 15-17 2014, Université de Montréal, Montréal, Canada

	      Sponsored by the Association of Lisp Users
		   In cooperation with: ACM SIGPLAN

		   http://ilc2014.iro.umontreal.ca/

Latest News:

  * Registration is now open.
    See http://ilc2014.iro.umontreal.ca/registration.php

  * Invited speakers announced.
    Christian Queinnec, Ambrose Bonnaire-Sergeant, Stefan Monnier,
    Marc Battyani.

Scope:

Lisp is one of the greatest ideas from computer science and a major
influence for almost all programming languages and for all
sufficiently complex software applications.

The International Lisp Conference is a forum for the discussion of
Lisp and, in particular, the design, implementation and application of
any of the Lisp dialects.  We encourage everyone interested in Lisp to
participate.

This year's focus is directed towards integrated solutions, including
mobile computing. The conference also provides slots for lightning talks,
to be registered on-site every day.

The full programme is available here:
http://ilc2014.iro.umontreal.ca/program.php

Important Dates:

 - July   14, 2014: Early registration deadline
 - August 15, 2014: Conference starts

Organizing Committee:

General Chair:   Marc Feeley (Université de Montréal, Montréal, Canada)
Programme Chair: Didier Verna (EPITA Research lab, Paris, France)
Local chair:     Marc Feeley (Université de Montréal, Montréal, Canada)

Programme Committee:
Charlotte Herzeel, IMEC, ExaScience Life Lab, Belgium
Dave Herman, Mozilla Research, USA
Greg Pfeil, Clozure Associates, USA
Irène Anne Durand, LaBRI University of Bordeaux, France
Jim Newton, Cadence Design Systems, France
Kuroda Hisao, Mathematical Systems Inc., Japan
Matthew Might, University of Utah, USA
Nicolas Neuss, Friedrich Alexander Universitat, Germany
Ralf Möller, TUHH, Germany
Sam Tobin-Hochstadt, Northeastern University, USA
William Byrd, University of Utah, USA

Contact: ilc14-organizing-committee at alu.org

For more information, see http://ilc2014.iro.umontreal.ca/

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Mariano Montone | 19 Jun 17:36 2014
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[Armedbear-devel] Bug: compile function doesn't work

Hello,

This function is not working in the latest ABCL version:
http://clhs.lisp.se/Body/f_cmp.htm

This is what I get when I try to evaluate the example in CLHS:

(defun foo () "bar") =>  FOO

 (compile 'foo) 

Wrong number of arguments for #<FUNCTION {5236A94B}>.
   [Condition of type PROGRAM-ERROR]

Restarts:
 0: [RETRY] Retry SLIME REPL evaluation request.
 1: [*ABORT] Return to SLIME's top level.
 2: [ABORT] Abort thread.

Backtrace:
  0: (#<FUNCTION {752CC03}> #<PROGRAM-ERROR {600776A0}> #<FUNCTION
{752CC03}>)
  1: (APPLY #<FUNCTION {752CC03}> (#<PROGRAM-ERROR {600776A0}>
#<FUNCTION {752CC03}>))
  2: (SYSTEM::RUN-HOOK SYSTEM::*INVOKE-DEBUGGER-HOOK* #<PROGRAM-ERROR
{600776A0}> #<FUNCTION {752CC03}>)
  3: (INVOKE-DEBUGGER #<PROGRAM-ERROR {600776A0}>)
  4: org.armedbear.lisp.Lisp.error(Lisp.java:382)
  5:
org.armedbear.lisp.CompiledClosure.notImplemented(CompiledClosure.java:81)
  6: org.armedbear.lisp.CompiledClosure.execute(CompiledClosure.java:212)
  7: org.armedbear.lisp.CompiledClosure.execute(CompiledClosure.java:121)
  8:
org.armedbear.lisp.FuncallableStandardObject.execute(FuncallableStandardObject.java:117)
  9: org.armedbear.lisp.Symbol.execute(Symbol.java:826)
 10: org.armedbear.lisp.compiler_pass2_387.execute(compiler-pass2.lisp:7495)
 11: org.armedbear.lisp.compiler_pass2_370.execute(compiler-pass2.lisp:7450)
 12: org.armedbear.lisp.CompiledClosure.execute(CompiledClosure.java:98)
 13: org.armedbear.lisp.Symbol.execute(Symbol.java:803)
 14: org.armedbear.lisp.compiler_pass2_386.execute(compiler-pass2.lisp:7495)
 15: org.armedbear.lisp.Symbol.execute(Symbol.java:838)
 16: org.armedbear.lisp.compiler_pass2_388.execute(compiler-pass2.lisp:7519)
 17: org.armedbear.lisp.CompiledClosure.execute(CompiledClosure.java:109)
 18: org.armedbear.lisp.Symbol.execute(Symbol.java:814)
 19: org.armedbear.lisp.compiler_pass2_392.execute(compiler-pass2.lisp:7589)
 20: org.armedbear.lisp.CompiledClosure.execute(CompiledClosure.java:98)
 21: org.armedbear.lisp.LispThread.execute(LispThread.java:814)
 22: org.armedbear.lisp.Lisp.evalCall(Lisp.java:575)
 23: org.armedbear.lisp.Lisp.eval(Lisp.java:540)
 24: org.armedbear.lisp.Primitives$pf__eval.execute(Primitives.java:345)
 25: (COMPILE FOO)

I'm not using this directly, but some libraries like closer-mop, need
compile to work.

Fails here:

CL-USER> (lisp-implementation-type)
"Armed Bear Common Lisp"
CL-USER> (lisp-implementation-version)
"1.4.0-dev-svn-14713"
"OpenJDK_64-Bit_Server_VM-Oracle_Corporation-1.7.0_55-b14"
"amd64-Linux-3.5.0-17-generic"

It seems to work in some cases on ABCL 1.3.1, though.

CL-USER> (compile 'foo)
FOO
NIL
NIL

But something like this signals an error:

CL-USER> (compile nil '(lambda (x) x))
; Evaluation aborted on #<PROGRAM-ERROR {4C62C417}>.

With the same error above.

CL-USER> (lisp-implementation-version)
"1.3.1"
"OpenJDK_64-Bit_Server_VM-Oracle_Corporation-1.7.0_55-b14"
"amd64-Linux-3.5.0-17-generic"

I couldn't put this on the bugs tracker because I don't have permissions.

Cheers,

Mariano
bonasso | 2 Jun 17:49 2014

[Armedbear-devel] single float representation and timing

The RAPs system I'm running in abcl makes extensive use of the difference between two sequential get-internal-real-time calls.  But I get significantly different results in abcl than in acl.

Here's an example:

In acl:

CL-USER(24): (setf foo (/ (get-internal-real-time)(float internal-time-units-per-second)))
8212185.5
CL-USER(25): (setf bar (/ (get-internal-real-time)(float internal-time-units-per-second)))
8212195.0
CL-USER(26): (- bar foo)
9.5 ;; nine+ seconds

In abcl:
CL-USER(15): (setf foo (/ (get-internal-real-time)(float internal-time-units-per-second)))
1.40157018E9
CL-USER(16): (setf bar (/ (get-internal-real-time)(float internal-time-units-per-second)))
1.40157018E9
CL-USER(17): (- bar foo)
0.0 ;; 0 seconds

Thus, lots of time has to elapse between the calls before any difference is produced.  (/ (get-internal-real-time)(float internal-time-units-per-second)) is the primitive time call used in the RAPs system.

Of course the first thing I noticed is that the single floats in acl don't have the E notation.
Is there a setting in abcl I can use to get the same behavior as in acl, or is there another problem going on?

Thanks,
Pete
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bonasso | 29 May 18:59 2014

[Armedbear-devel] process run function

In ACL one starts a process with a function as follows:

(mp::process-run-function
            'start-raps
            rap::rap-state* 2 nil)

where you give process-run-function the function name and the rest are the args to that function.

I couldn't really find how to do that in abcl.  system::run-program was the closest thing but the definition in the manual didn't seem to be what I was looking for.

Any help in this direction would be appreciated.
Pete
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Mark Evenson | 25 May 17:41 2014
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Re: [Armedbear-devel] XML parser?


On 23 May 2014, at 19:05, Alan Ruttenberg <alanruttenberg <at> gmail.com> wrote:

> http://www.cliki.net/xmls
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[cxml][] has a richer set of features, and seems to work quite well in ABCL.

[cxml]: http://common-lisp.net/project/cxml/

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bonasso | 19 May 19:29 2014

[Armedbear-devel] defmacro fails in another package

I've never used abcl; I'm an ACL user for over 20 years.

I'm running abcl 1.3.1 on Max OS 10.7.5 (java "1.7.0_45").  My problem 
is I can't seem to define macros in a package other than cl-user.

bash-3.2$ java -jar /usr/local/abcl-bin-1.3.1/abcl.jar
Armed Bear Common Lisp 1.3.1
Java 1.7.0_45 Oracle Corporation
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM
Low-level initialization completed in 0.35 seconds.
Startup completed in 1.556 seconds.
Type ":help" for a list of available commands.
CL-USER(1): (defmacro common-lisp::make-pipe (head tail)
   "create a pipe by eval'ing head and delaying tail."
   `(cons ,head #'(lambda () ,tail)))
COMMON-LISP::MAKE-PIPE
CL-USER(2): (make-package "foo")
#<PACKAGE foo>
CL-USER(3): (in-package "foo")
#<PACKAGE foo>
foo(4): (defmacro common-lisp::make-pipe (head tail)
   "create a pipe by eval'ing head and delaying tail."
   `(cons ,head #'(lambda () ,tail)))
#<THREAD "interpreter" {7DA47A7D}>: Debugger invoked on condition of 
type UNBOUND-VARIABLE
   The variable COMMON-LISP::MAKE-PIPE is unbound.
Restarts:
   0: TOP-LEVEL Return to top level.
[1] foo(5):

Is there some package trick I should know about?
Thanks,
Pete
Didier Verna | 19 May 18:25 2014
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[Armedbear-devel] International Lisp Conference deadline extension (May 25)


	       ILC 2014 - International Lisp Conference
			  "Lisp on the Move"

     August 14-17 2014, Université de Montréal, Montréal, Canada

	      Sponsored by the Association of Lisp Users
		   In cooperation with: ACM SIGPLAN

	     http://www.international-lisp-conference.org

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    week to write a paper!

Scope:

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influence for almost all programming languages and for all
sufficiently complex software applications.

The International Lisp Conference is a forum for the discussion of
Lisp and, in particular, the design, implementation and application of
any of the Lisp dialects.  We encourage everyone interested in Lisp to
participate.

We invite high quality submissions in all areas involving Lisp
dialects and any other languages in the Lisp family, including, but
not limited to, ACL2, AutoLisp, Clojure, Common Lisp, ECMAScript,
Dylan, Emacs Lisp, ISLISP, Racket, Scheme, SKILL, HOP etc.  The
conference proceedings will be published in the ACM Digital Library.

This year's focus will be directed towards integrated solutions,
including mobile computing. We especially invite submissions in the
following areas:

  * Pervasive computing Interoperability Portability Implementation
  * challenges/tradeoffs for embedded/mobile platforms Language
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  * distribution Language support for reliability, availability, and
  * serviceability Mobile IDEs Mobile applications

Contributions are also welcome in other areas, including but not
limited to:

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  * managing both manual and automatic GC Theorem proving Scientific
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Original submissions in all areas related to the conference themes are
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For inquiries about any other kind of participation (commercial
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Important Dates:

 - May    25, 2014: Submission deadline *** EXTENDED ***
 - June   09, 2014: Notification of acceptance
 - June   29, 2014: Final Papers due
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General Chair:   Marc Feeley (Université de Montréal, Montréal, Canada)
Programme Chair: Didier Verna (EPITA Research lab, Paris, France)
Local chair:     Marc Feeley (Université de Montréal, Montréal, Canada)

Programme Committee:
Charlotte Herzeel, IMEC, ExaScience Life Lab, Belgium
Damir Cavar, Eastern Michigan University, USA
Dave Herman, Mozilla Research, USA
Greg Pfeil, Clozure Associates, USA
Irène Anne Durand, LaBRI University of Bordeaux, France
Jim Newton, Cadence Design Systems, France
Kuroda Hisao, Mathematical Systems Inc., Japan
Matthew Might, University of Utah, USA
Nicolas Neuss, Friedrich Alexander Universitat, Germany
Ralf Möller, TUHH, Germany
Sam Tobin-Hochstadt, Northeastern University, USA
William Byrd, University of Utah, USA

Contacts:

  * General Questions: ilc14-organizing-committee at alu.org
  * Programme Committee: ilc14 at easychair.org

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Sistemas | 12 May 23:20 2014

[Armedbear-devel] Question about pipes

Hi:

I'm trying to start some processes and connect them using pipes with ABCL 
(like Unix shell pipes). I've reviewed the documentation but I haven't found 
anything. Are I missing something? If not, are there any plans of adding 
input, output and error parameters for run-program (like SBCL, CCL, etc.)?

Greets and thanks in advance.
Rafael J. Alcántara Pérez.
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