#lisp - Thu 5 Apr 2007 between 00:03 and 03:24

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slyrusnight folks
nyef: hunchentoot mailing list
nyefAh.
No wonder I didn't see it.
behefmy drei text is creeping left
magnus_what is the easiest way to install fare-matcher (or another pattern matcher) on a debian system?
rahulmagnus_: put it in a directory and then run clc-register-user-package foo.asd
that is, if you want to install it for just a specific user
magnus_rahul: thanks!
rahulif you want to install it system-wide, it's slightly different
magnus_I think user-wide is good enough but system-wide is better
rahulwell, just get rid of the user- in the command for system-wide, and put it in /usr/local/common-lisp/whatever or some such
magnus_okay
rahulhmm, I _think_ that will work fine, but not 100% sure
magnus_You've given the general direction to search in so that's great already :)
rahulI know the user-specific one will work like that
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tzIf I do a (defconstant foo (make-bar)) where bar was defined with defstruct, is there a way to prevent users from setf'ing the constant?
magnus_It turns out very simple: extract tarball into a /usr/share/common-lisp/source/, then move the asdf file to /usr/share/common-lisp/systems/
Hm no actually that didn't work
rudimagnus_: symlink the asd file
magnus_Oh I see, ln didn't work quite like I expected.. it doesn't behave like cp
I actually tried symlinking first
but messed up my symlink
rahulyeah, the path to the source will be interpreted relative to the target in the end
magnus_OPEN: file #1=#P"/usr/share/common-lisp/systems/package.lisp" does not exist
package is required by fare-utils.asd, which is symlinked to common-lisp/source/fare-utils/fare-utils.asd
yet it looks in the wrong directory
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 35 2007-04-04 23:34 fare-utils.asd -> ../source/fare-utils/fare-utils.asd
rudiwhere is the original asd file? not in /usr/share/common-lisp/systems/ by chance?
magnus_magnus:/usr/share/common-lisp/systems# pwd
/usr/share/common-lisp/systems
maybe I need to restart asdf
(remhash "fare-utils" asdf::*defined-systems*)
fixed it :)
albino~[6~/window 13
sorry about that
KuwabaraIn a block, I want any error to be caught and exit the block. I thought unwind-protect would do it, but it seems to be some kind of finally{} without the catch{}, am I correct ?
nyefclhs handler-case
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