On Mon, Oct 07, 2002 at 10:00:02PM +0200, Antonio Martínez wrote:
> Putting :sb-fluid in the target-features list when building 0.7.8
> breaks the build.
> [I don't know if doing :sb-fluid is meant to place the user on the
> cutting edge or not, so I'm not sure whether this is a bug, but since
> it's undocumented in BUGS, I thought I'd send it along. Humble
> apologies if this is yet another non-bug.]
re. "cutting edge": :SB-FLUID is not something you want in a normal
build, only there to support some kinds of debugging and
experimenting, like when you want to see what happens when you
redefine functions which are ordinarily declared inline. I don't think
I've used it for at least a year, and I don't remember whether anyone
else has ever used it at all, so it's not too surprising it's gone
> The symptom I seem to be getting is that the fill pointers of the
> string streams in stream.lisp aren't correctly diagnosed by
> with-array-data. The macro dispatches on array type, and thinks that
> the array is a simple-array. When this turns out not to be the case,
> the simple-array declaration signals a warning, halting the build.
> Hope this helps,
Thanks, I should be able to record this in BUGS (or maybe even fix it?)
next time I check something in.
William Harold Newman <william.newman@...>
"<Zhivago> are you intending to rewrite it RSN, or was that just a general
kind of awaiting? :)"
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