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Re: [Gcl-devel] Compiling GCL

From: Faré
Subject: Re: [Gcl-devel] Compiling GCL
Date: Mon, 4 Nov 2013 19:50:18 -0500

> (declaim (ftype function foo)) is at best a no-op.
On several implementations, it seems to be a nice way to avoid an
undefined function warning when making a forward reference to a function,
which is why I'm using it here.

> Clisp, perhaps the most compliant free option out there,
> seems to allow anything after ftype.
These days, I would call CLISP an outlier, that tends have the most
different flavor from other implementations regarding either
interpretation of the standard or extended functionality.

>> OK, after compiling an ansi gcl the way you suggested,
>> trying to load asdf as a lisp file works — that's good.
>> But compiling it fails.
> Thank you for this report!  This should be fixed now.  I've cloned your
> source and loaded and compiled successfully.
Thanks a lot! Things work much better now.

I tweaked asdf so as to remove some unused variable warnings in
functions with #-gcl code. Hopefully, this will allow the asdf test
suite to run. I'm leaving it to run tonight (my it's slow), and we'll
see results in the morning.

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