Faré | 5 Nov 15:39 2012
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Consolidating Common Lisp Libraries

I've started an initiative to consolidate CL libraries:
http://fare.livejournal.com/169346.html

Is it appropriate to reactivate the cCLan list toward discussion on
such consolidation?

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Faré | 23 Oct 04:23 2009
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XCVB patch for split-sequence

Can it be applied upstream?

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Tobias C. Rittweiler | 18 May 14:28 2009
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How to depend on a system optionally?


I've read several times that it's a head ache to configure optional
dependencies with ASDF. 

How true is that? Could we perhaps provide another clause
:OPTIONALLY-DEPEND-ON in DEFSYSTEM which would load a system only if
available?

Reason is that I'm going to revive

  http://common-lisp.net/project/hyperdoc/

which is a good example of a natural optional dependency. And I'd like
to make its inclusion as easy as possible so it'll see widespread
adoption.

Thanks!,

  -T.

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Gary King | 8 May 04:52 2009

sourceforge website + cliki

I've updated the sourceforge cclan page (http:// 
cclan.sourceforge.net/) to point towards asdf's new home. I've also  
updated the cliki.

(next step, mailing lists...)
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Gary King | 8 May 04:37 2009

Re: git repo on cl.net trashed?!

(cc'd to list)

Thanks Daniel,

I bow to your git fu <smile>

The problem was the permissions of the directories in objects. I  
thought I had fixed these already but ... In any case, making all of  
these drwsrwsr-w seems to do the trick.

> gking <at> cl-net:/project/asdf/public_html/asdf.git$ git fsck
> dangling commit 22b407fd3be1f1515d2b7a0143c07376c82f3f30

I've pulled Nikodemus's push and  I've pushed some minor website and  
formatting tweaks of my own so things seem one step closer to working.

thanks,

On May 7, 2009, at 10:15 PM, dherring <at> tentpost.com wrote:

> FWIW, the following objects are stored in the objects directory (if  
> bare,
> .git/objects else).  So 00fe92.. should be found in objects/00/fe93...
>
>>> error: 00fe921ca3660cd116825f76a56b4912f878857c: object corrupt or
>>> missing
> ...
>
> You'll notice these broken links point to objects in the above list.
>>> broken link from    tree f3ddd609fef1183f3778d22a599e1029de74b4ce
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Gary King | 8 May 02:49 2009

git repo on cl.net trashed?!

git fsck reports

> error: 00fe921ca3660cd116825f76a56b4912f878857c: object corrupt or  
> missing
> error: 096cce2612b7f59f1e8a8deaf6c2b851107bc4f8: object corrupt or  
> missing
> error: 348c263634970492274e8b61b2745085c23f557d: object corrupt or  
> missing
> error: 34dba06e0230a509730dc18a758cdbaadc80900b: object corrupt or  
> missing
> error: 3d50e41634b4ba657bd0aedf9b5c51516d6d3da0: object corrupt or  
> missing
> error: 5439294a26289e7e7c08e2b7085202f6488a31bc: object corrupt or  
> missing
> error: 9586a60d3824bd2fa958e548363a6cccd798588f: object corrupt or  
> missing
> error: 9cc3ccd8d61651c471c2c7123f3f47e9042bd84b: object corrupt or  
> missing
> error: c457de74d45d34be385c2721cd4eaa449a756f93: object corrupt or  
> missing
> error: cd42d4c39c2c95dc31ccad4124eddfc8795c5622: object corrupt or  
> missing
> error: d1d8f4db86dfb5ef2b0847f96999bf7e0235afe0: object corrupt or  
> missing
> error: e29f0a6aceb11db6ec5a8b6fa284bdc7f6da8c08: object corrupt or  
> missing
> broken link from    tree f3ddd609fef1183f3778d22a599e1029de74b4ce
>               to    blob 3d50e41634b4ba657bd0aedf9b5c51516d6d3da0
> broken link from    tree f3ddd609fef1183f3778d22a599e1029de74b4ce
>               to    tree 00fe921ca3660cd116825f76a56b4912f878857c
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Gary King | 4 May 17:20 2009

asdf on cl.net -- beta

Hi all,

Please look at http://common-lisp.net/project/asdf and tell me what  
you think.

One question I have is what to do with the copyright. I changed it to  
read

> Copyright (c) 2009 Gary King and contributors (gwking <at> metabang.com)
> Copyright (c) 2001-2008 Daniel Barlow and contributors

but don't feel completely comfortable about that. Can we just make it  
some variant of creative commons or have it be jointly copyright in  
the names of all of the authors?

Once folks have had a chance to look at this, I'll modify the  
SourceForge pages to re-direct here and make an announcement.

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Gary King | 30 Apr 05:23 2009

git repository for ASDF

I've (finally) created a git repository of what was on SourceForge as  
of a few days ago. You can clone it using

      git clone http://common-lisp.net/project/asdf/asdf.git asdf

The four of you should also be able to clone via

     git clone http://gking <at> common-lisp.net/project/asdf/asdf.git asdf

Please let me know if anything goes awry.

I plan to get the website up on cl.net soon (this weekend) and point  
the source forge pages to it.

I'll include notes on the initial workflow too.

Any comments on the setup, etc (or anything else) will be very welcome.

thanks,
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Nikodemus Siivola | 29 Apr 22:29 2009
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ASDF:OPERATE should bind *PACKAGE* and *READTABLE*

IMO ASDF:OPERATE is sufficiently akin to LOAD and COMPILE-FILE, that
it too should bind package and readtable. Attached patch does this.
Unless cries of outrage are heard, I'll merge this soonish.

Cheers,

 -- Nikodemus
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GP lisper | 25 Jan 19:17 2009

[gwking <at> metabang.com: asdf to cl.net; cvs to git]


From: Gary King <gwking <at> metabang.com>
Date: Sun, 25 Jan 2009 11:39:10 -0500
Subject: [cclan-list] asdf to cl.net; cvs to git

As discussed previously, I'd like to move asdf from sourceforge to  
cl.net. I'd also like to move from CVS to git.

# Cons

* we lose easy access to the history of the repository

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Why shutdown the Sourceforge copy?  Just put a comment into the
Sourceforge source code about the move, adjust cliki and move
forward.  Leave Sourceforge up as a crumb on the trail to Lisp.

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Gary King | 25 Jan 17:39 2009

asdf to cl.net; cvs to git

As discussed previously, I'd like to move asdf from sourceforge to  
cl.net. I'd also like to move from CVS to git. I also want to make  
things as simple as possible for all the stakeholders (i.e., the lisp  
community, the cCLan creators and maintainers, me (!)).

I'm not a VCS-maven and haven't found any brain-dead simple cvs to git  
converters that are come with only praise. The easiest thing (for me)  
to do would be to checkout the head of the ASDF repository and start a  
fresh git image from there.

# Pros

* it's easy
* requires no research into software tools
* it could be done today!

# Cons

* we lose easy access to the history of the repository

I personally don't mind losing the history but if there are those that  
do, speak up! Also, if there are those that have experience  
transitioning from CVS to git and can tell me how to do it easily, let  
me know!

If I don't hear any protests, I'll move ASDF into git without its  
history by Tuesday.

thanks,
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