#lisp - Wed 28 Feb 2007 between 21:43 and 23:56

NY Lost Funds



eructatethere was a processor that interpreted it from a '70s project
pkhuongnyef: oh yeah... unlambda.
crink"crink: nyef: it sound like "turing complete" to me.."
kpreidcrink: sorry, I don't understand your point.
crinkpass
nyefpkhuong: Which would explain why I couldn't remember it. That name is far too associated with jcrippen and lispms to me.
clhs subseq
specbothttp://www.lispworks.com/reference/HyperSpec/Body/f_subseq.htm
nyefUgh. MAKE-ARRAY :INITIAL-CONTENTS has to be the full length of the array, even if one uses a fill-pointer?
plediiiwhat methods do people to link new .asd files into their central repository?
actionnyef usually uses ln -s.
nyefusually uses ln -s.
plediiiI created wrote some elisp which links all the .asd files in my current directory into ~/common-lisp/systems. I was wondering if I'm being naive about something.
nyefI also usually don't bother unless I'm setting up a custom environment with its own central repository.
actionrtoym uses a mix of ln -s and modifying *central-repository*.
rtoymuses a mix of ln -s and modifying *central-repository*.
plediiinyef: so I guess you don't split your projects into lots of sub systems?
kpreidplediii: projects which you use elsewhere?
plediii: if it's all one thing you're running, just put the directory in *central-registry* before loading
note that asdf puts (default-pathname-defaults) in, for example
nyefplediii: Not usually, no. If I'm ever tempted, I'm more likely to split the projects and set up a custom environment with its own central repository.
plediiikpreid: yes. For instance a gnuplot library I wrote, I always need it. And when I create a new project that needs it, I give it a system file which depends on my gnuplot system.
nyefOr just load each .asd in turn.
kpreidplediii: for that usage, what you're doing sounds like a fine solution to me
plediiiOk. Thanks guys.
slyrusany update on rydis?
hefner=/
vermiouswhois AhPook
nyef... What does it mean when SB-SYS:%ARRAY-DATA-VECTOR returns an integer (say 201327168 for a not-so-hypothetical example) for an array?
(Means that I forgot to add a fill-pointer to the array in question.)
crinki heard RTL is very LISPy http://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gccint/RTL.html
nyef... Is there anything worse than banner ads which say something through one's PC speakers?
sabetts2regular tv?
nyefWouldn't know about "regular tv", we get absolutely no tv here.
selloutI just saw Xach's post about rydis. :-/

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