so based on what you are saying i can create my own custom search function?
that's is cool. I am not sure how to get going easily here though... any
On 11/10/06, Christophe Rhodes <csr21@...> wrote:
> "Yin-So Chen" <yinso.chen@...> writes:
> > I am playing with the windows version of SBCL 0.9.18 and try to use
> > ASDF. I use shortcuts for the asd files to point back at the actual
> > location for the code, but it seems that the current ASDF code will
> > not find it via probe-file (probe-file returns NIL because it has
> > additional .lnk extension at the end). I have the same ASDF setup
> > working under clisp. Not sure if this is already a known issue, but
> > just want to brought to your attention, and also asking whether
> > using shortcut is the preferred approach with ASDF on windows with
> > SBCL.
> I don't think a windows shortcut is in any way similar to a Unix
> symlink, so no, I don't suggest that this is likely to work. Instead,
> I suggest that you use a custom system definition search function, to
> search for all .asd files under a given root.
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