|Fare||any darcs user here? how do I diff a file with its upstream/committed value?|
|n0mad||sebell: was pointed to it already yesterday. i'll take a look. thx ...|
|sebell||n0mad: Well, did you look at it yesterday?|
|pkhuong||sebell: it's an interpreter, now, iirc.|
you can try to isolate the CPS transform in screamer.
and there's <http://discontinuity.info/~pkhuong/span/> which mostly works, but is an orphan.
(an interpreter has the advantage of being much more robust than a codewalker ;)
|n0mad||sebell: yes, but the sentence -- an ad-hoc, bug ridden implementation of half of call/cc -- on the project page wasnt that encouraging.|
|pkhuong||n0mad: it's a play on greenspun's tenth rule.|
|msingh||is it possible to set a break-point in slime? i am hoping for smething like (break)?|
er dumb question. there is something that does exactly that
this is sick.
in the list of locals when using sldb, is there any way to supress the entries which look like #:G10 = :<NOT-AVAILABLE>, etc?
what are those anyway? temporary variables?
usually generated by macros for their own internal usage
|rahul||so that they don't clash with any names you might use explicitly|
|hefner||init.lisp in clisp is cute|
|slyrus||ok, I think _now_ I've found the first significant difference in this debugging stuff. on x86-64, when we do the backtrace, we don't see the sigtrap_handler frame.|
|christine_c||who knows php here?|
|joga||maybe people on php channels know more than here|
I don't know any, at least :)
|masm||Would anyone else like SBCL to be case sensitive?|
|sebell||masm: It _IS_ case sensitive, and it's mandated by the standard.|
masm: The reader automatically upcases symbol names, by default.
|redwyrm||I think masm is referring to the conversion of symbols to upper case|
|specbot||Sorry, I couldn't find anything for *read-case*.|
|jsnell||you meant readtable-case|
|rudi||My memory's going, Dave... I can feel it...|
I blame Maude.
|jsnell||the clisp-style package-specific casing policy might be ok|
|masm||Would it be hard to change SBCL to not upcase by default, and still work?|
|jsnell||have a look at readtable-case, which was just mentioned|