Jonathon McKitrick <jmckitrick@...> writes:
> I tried following the steps listed in the manual for running sb-
> cover, but the end result is an empty report, as though I had not
> evaluated the DECLAIM form with the sb-cover option.
Where did you evaluate the DECLAIM form? On the REPL before doing the
> 1. I assume sb-cover works on Intel Macs, but the screenshot on
> Lemonodor could be a ppc machine. Am I wrong? I'm running sbcl
It'll work on all architectures.
> 2. I'd like to avoid recompiling all the fasl files that belong to
> sbcl, if possible, unless this is required by sb-cover. Since I
> don't work in my root account, I have to manually ACCEPT all the read-
> only files that cannot be recompiled by the :FORCE T in the ASDF load
> command. Is there a workaround?
You can remove your own fasl files, and then just do a normal
asdf:load-op without force.
The current behaviour of :FORCE T doesn't seem very useful to me, and
the comments in asdf.lisp actually imply that the intended behaviour
is different than the observed one. (:FORCE T -> force recompilation
of this system, :FORCE 'some-non-t-true-value) -> force recompilation
> Could these un-recompiled files be
> why no report is generated?