James | 27 Jul 09:57 2015
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Reinstall quick lisp

Is there any way to clean up my quick lisp and re-install all the system? I find lots of thing breaks after I recompiled my sbcl with thread support.



incompatible *FEATURES* in fasl file #<SB-SYS:FD-STREAM
                                       for "file /Users/leiding/.cache/common-lisp/sbcl-1.2.13-macosx-x64/Users/james/quicklisp/dists/quicklisp/software/nibbles-20150709-git/types.fasl"
                                       {1007967BF3}>:
  Of features affecting binary compatibility,
    (:SB-THREAD :SB-PACKAGE-LOCKS :SB-UNICODE :GENCGC
     :UD2-BREAKPOINTS)
  the fasl has
    (:GENCGC :SB-PACKAGE-LOCKS :SB-UNICODE :UD2-BREAKPOINTS),
  while the runtime expects
    (:GENCGC :SB-PACKAGE-LOCKS :SB-THREAD :SB-UNICODE :UD2-BREAKPOINTS).
   [Condition of type SB-FASL::INVALID-FASL-FEATURES]

Restarts:
 0: [TRY-RECOMPILING] Recompile types and try loading it again
 1: [RETRY] Retry loading FASL for #<NIBBLES-SOURCE-FILE "nibbles" "types">.
 2: [ACCEPT] Continue, treating loading FASL for #<NIBBLES-SOURCE-FILE "nibbles" "types"> as having been successful.
 3: [RETRY] Retry ASDF operation.
 4: [CLEAR-CONFIGURATION-AND-RETRY] Retry ASDF operation after resetting the configuration.
 5: [ABORT] Give up on "clack"

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Pascal J. Bourguignon | 19 Jul 06:08 2015
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tag quicklisp added on com.informatimago.

Hello Xach,

I've added a quicklisp tag in the informatimago git repository, so you
may select the right version for monthly releases.

https://gitlab.com/com-informatimago/com-informatimago/commits/quicklisp

Thank you,
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James | 15 Jul 05:19 2015
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(ql:uninstall 'clack) still left undeleted system

I uninstalled clack from ql but I still find some undeleted system package in my os. Is this a bug?

CL-USER> (ql:uninstall 'clack)
T
CL-USER> (ql:where-is-system 'clack)
NIL

Check the folder, clack-20150608-git is still there.

L-MacBook-Pro:quicklisp$ ls dists/quicklisp/software/
alexandria-20150505-git cl-fad-0.7.3 ironclad_0.33.0 rfc2388-20130720-git uiop-3.1.4
babel-20150608-git cl-ppcre-2.0.10 lack-20150608-git split-sequence-1.1 uiop-3.1.4.20
bordeaux-threads-0.8.3 clack-20150608-git lack-20150709-git trivial-backtrace-20150407-git usocket-0.6.3.2
cffi_0.15.0 flexi-streams-1.0.14 md5-20150608-git trivial-features-20150113-git
chunga-1.1.6 flexi-streams-1.0.15 nibbles-20150608-git trivial-features-20150709-git
cl+ssl-20150608-git hunchentoot-1.2.31 nibbles-20150709-git trivial-garbage-20150113-git
cl-base64-20101006-git hunchentoot-1.2.34 repl-utilities-20150608-git trivial-gray-streams-20140826-git

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James | 14 Jul 05:20 2015
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How do i know the update for a lib contain?

Hi experts,
How do I know the difference between these build? If I expected an bug fix in some special build, How could I verify this?

For example, 
I got some new build info by execute the following command. How could I know what changed happen? And what bug fixed included? 
(available-versions (dist "quicklisp"))

; Fetching #<URL "http://beta.quicklisp.org/dist/quicklisp-versions.txt">
; 4.45KB
==================================================
4,560 bytes in 0.00 seconds (4453.13KB/sec)
(("2015-07-10"
  . "http://beta.quicklisp.org/dist/quicklisp/2015-07-10/distinfo.txt")
 ("2015-06-08"
  . "http://beta.quicklisp.org/dist/quicklisp/2015-06-08/distinfo.txt")
 ("2015-05-05"
  . "http://beta.quicklisp.org/dist/quicklisp/2015-05-05/distinfo.txt")
 ("2015-04-07"
  . "http://beta.quicklisp.org/dist/quicklisp/2015-04-07/distinfo.txt")
 ("2015-03-02"
  . "http://beta.quicklisp.org/dist/quicklisp/2015-03-02/distinfo.txt")
 ("2015-01-13"
  . "http://beta.quicklisp.org/dist/quicklisp/2015-01-13/distinfo.txt")

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djw | 11 Jun 14:02 2015

Failures when compiling project in CLISP after installing QL updates for June 2015.

Apologies if this should be asked somewhere else (though I'll note that his group has perhaps the most diverse set of CL expertise on the planet...).

After installing Quicklisp updates for June 2015, The following got kicked up when I tried to compile my project in CLISP "2.49 (2010-07-07) (built on toyol.buildd [127.0.1.1])".  I'm using Ubuntu 14.04, 64-bit.

No errors occurred in SBCL and all runs as expected with "SBCL 1.2.3"

No errors occur in CCL and all runs as expected in "CCL Version 1.10-r16196  (LinuxX8664)"

I remember there have been changes to ASDF, and some remarks on the CLISP list when these changes were about to be implemented, and that makes this look like a CLISP issue, but I also notice that the test-grid report <https://common-lisp.net/project/cl-test-grid/ql/quicklisp-2015-06-08-diff2.html> doesn't seem to show anything similar.

Thank you for whatever assistance you might be able to provide.

Best,

_don winiecki

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Error while trying to load definition for system cl-freetype2 from pathname /home/dwiniecki/quicklisp/dists/quicklisp/software/cl-freetype2-20141217-git/cl-freetype2.asd: Component :UIOP not found, required by #1=#<SYSTEM "cffi">
   [Condition of type ASDF:LOAD-SYSTEM-DEFINITION-ERROR]

Restarts:
 0: [SKIP] skip (EVAL-WHEN # #)
 1: [RETRY] retry (EVAL-WHEN # #)
 2: [STOP] stop loading file /home/dwiniecki/quicklisp/dists/quicklisp/software/cl-freetype2-20141217-git/cl-freetype2.asd
 3: [REINITIALIZE-SOURCE-REGISTRY-AND-RETRY] Retry finding system cl-freetype2 after reinitializing the source-registry.
 4: [ABORT] Abort compilation.
 5: [*PROCESS-INPUT] Continue reading input.
 --more--

Backtrace:
  0: <1/901> #<COMPILED-FUNCTION SWANK:SWANK-DEBUGGER-HOOK>
     [899] frame binding variables (~ = dynamically):
       | ~ *DEBUGGER-HOOK* <--> #<COMPILED-FUNCTION SWANK:SWANK-DEBUGGER-HOOK>
  1: <1/896> #<SYSTEM-FUNCTION INVOKE-DEBUGGER> 1
     [895] frame binding variables (~ = dynamically):
       | ~ SYSTEM::*PRIN-STREAM* <--> #<UNBOUND>
  2: <1/884> #<COMPILED-FUNCTION ASDF::LOAD-SYSDEF-1-1-1>
     - #<COMPILED-FUNCTION ASDF::LOAD-SYSDEF-1-1-1>
  3: <1/880> #<COMPILED-FUNCTION ASDF::LOAD-SYSDEF-1>
     [880] unwind-protect frame
  4: [877] catch frame for tag SYSTEM::DONE-SIGNALING
  5: <1/875> #<SYSTEM-FUNCTION SIGNAL> 1
     [874] frame binding variables (~ = dynamically):
       | ~ *PRINT-READABLY* <--> NIL
  6: <1/872> #<SYSTEM-FUNCTION ERROR>
     [871] frame binding variables (~ = dynamically):
       | ~ *PRINT-ESCAPE* <--> T
  7: <1/856> #<COMPILED-FUNCTION ASDF::RESOLVE-DEPENDENCY-NAME>
     - #<COMPILED-FUNCTION ASDF::RESOLVE-DEPENDENCY-SPEC>
  8: <1/852> #<COMPILED-FUNCTION ASDF::RESOLVE-DEPENDENCY-SPEC>
     - ASDF:COMPILE-OP
  9: <1/842> #<COMPILED-FUNCTION ASDF::DO-DEP>
     - #<COMPILED-FUNCTION ASDF::DEP>
 10: <1/836> #<COMPILED-FUNCTION ASDF::DEP>
     - (:BABEL :TRIVIAL-FEATURES :ALEXANDRIA :UIOP)
 11: [827] unwind-protect frame
 12: <1/817> #<COMPILED-FUNCTION #:|2260 2345 (DEFMETHOD DO-TRAVERSE (# # COLLECT) ...)-213-1-1|>
     <2/817> #<STANDARD-GENERIC-FUNCTION ASDF::DO-TRAVERSE>
     - #<COMPILED-FUNCTION ASDF::DO-ONE-DEP>
 13: <1/813> #<COMPILED-FUNCTION ASDF::DO-ONE-DEP>
     - #:CFFI
 14: <1/804> #<COMPILED-FUNCTION ASDF::DO-DEP>
     - #<COMPILED-FUNCTION ASDF::DEP>
 15: <1/798> #<COMPILED-FUNCTION ASDF::DEP>
     - (#:ALEXANDRIA #:CFFI)
 16: [789] unwind-protect frame
 17: <1/779> #<COMPILED-FUNCTION #:|2260 2345 (DEFMETHOD DO-TRAVERSE (# # COLLECT) ...)-213-1-1|>
     <2/779> #<STANDARD-GENERIC-FUNCTION ASDF::DO-TRAVERSE>
     - #<COMPILED-FUNCTION ASDF::DO-ONE-DEP>
 18: <1/775> #<COMPILED-FUNCTION ASDF::DO-ONE-DEP>
     - "cffi-grovel"
 19: <1/766> #<COMPILED-FUNCTION ASDF::DO-DEP>
     - #<COMPILED-FUNCTION ASDF::DEP>
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Frank Tamborello | 4 Jun 03:31 2015
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ql version 2015-04-24 installed, but no bundle-systems

I updated my quicklisp client to the version dated 2015-04-24,
? (ql:update-client)
The most up-to-date client, version 2015-04-24, is already installed.
…hoping to use the new bundle feature with my CCL 1.10 installation on my Mac. However,
? (ql:bundle-systems '("mailbox" "usocket") :to "tm-bundle/")
> Error: Reader error: No external symbol named "BUNDLE-SYSTEMS" in package #<Package "QUICKLISP-CLIENT"> .
> While executing: CCL::%PARSE-TOKEN, in process Listener(4).

…and yet I'm able to create that bundle on my CCL 1.10 Debian Raspberry Pi machine. What might've gone wrong with attempting to create a bundle on my Mac and how can I fix it?

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Pascal J. Bourguignon | 30 May 18:25 2015
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How to depend on quicklisp?


I have a system that depends on the quicklisp package.  How can I
declare this dependency in the asdf:defsystem form, so that it compiles
successfully during the quicklisp test compilation?

com.informatimago.tools.quicklisp

Unhandled SB-KERNEL:SIMPLE-PACKAGE-ERROR in thread #<SB-THREAD:THREAD
"main thread" RUNNING {1003EE7F13}>: The name "QUICKLISP" does not
designate any package.

(asdf:defsystem "com.informatimago.tools.quicklisp"
    :description "Quicklisp tools."
    :author "Pascal J. Bourguignon"
    :version "1.0.0"
    :license "GPL3"
    :depends-on (;; assumed ;; "quicklisp"
                 "com.informatimago.tools.pathname") 
    :components ((:file "quicklisp")
                 (:file "asdf" :depends-on ("quicklisp"))))

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Elliott Slaughter | 20 May 06:12 2015
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Blackthorn Migration

Hi everyone,

Because of Google Code's impending shutdown, I have migrated Blackthorn to Bitbucket. The new repository is located at:

https://bitbucket.org/elliottslaughter/blackthorn-engine

Let me know if you have any issues.

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Elliott Slaughter | 19 May 07:59 2015
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Lispbuilder Migration

Hi everyone,

Because of Google Code's impending shutdown, I have migrated Lispbuilder to Github. The new repository is located at:

https://github.com/lispbuilder/lispbuilder

That said, providing downloads with Github is not especially intuitive, so it may be some time before all the releases are back up. For the moment, it is probably best to track the Git master branch (which should be identical in any case).

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Pascal J. Bourguignon | 11 May 22:27 2015
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suggestion for removed projects list when updating.


When doing a quicklisp update, it would be nice if a short reason why a
project was removed was given in the "Removed projects:" list.

eg. "Upstream unpublish", "Cannot compile", or something.

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Zach Beane | 8 May 03:00 2015

Alpha testing Quicklisp with ASDF 3

Hi everyone,

I intend to update the required minimum version of ASDF from 2.26 to 3.1
in the Quicklisp client in the near future. This is mostly because
implementations have already made the update, and there seem to be no
major problems.

In order to test the update, I've made alpha versions of the Quicklisp
bootstrap file (quicklisp.lisp) and the client.

You can get the test, alpha bootstrap file from
http://alpha.quicklisp.org/quicklisp.lisp. It fetches the alpha client
from alpha.quicklisp.org as well. That client includes ASDF 3.

Anton, is it possible to try cl-test-grid with the new client? I would
be curious to see what, if anything, breaks under this new
configuration.

Zach

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