Daniel Herring wrote:
> Anyway, I would recommend against using asdf-install. It was never
> that good, and now Quicklisp provides a better solution.
Except when Quicklisp doesn't provide the package you need.
FWIW (and although I don't actually use it much), I still have:
| (asdf-require 'asdf-install)
in my .clrc, and with a fresh:
- git clone of ECL
- ./configure; make; make install
Every ASDF system I try to load from my init file /after/ asdf-install
gives me this (for example):
; registering #<system :COM.DVLSOFT.RCFILES> as COM.DVLSOFT.RCFILES
An error occurred during initialization:
Error while trying to load definition for system com.dvlsoft.rcfiles from
In function CAR, the value of the only argument is
#<The BUILT-IN-CLASS SYMBOL>
which is not of the expected type LIST.
zsh: exit 1 ecl
I need to comment out the loading of asdf-install for now.
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