Dave Roberts <ldave@...> writes:
> * #p"/home/dave/lispstuff/uffi-1.4.6"
> This is using SBCL 0.8.6. Basically, when entering a literal pathname,
> SBCL drops the trailing ".6" for some unknown reason. I have tried it
> with some other names and suffixes and can't see any pattern in the
> short amount of testing.
> So, bug or pilot error?
A bug, which should be fixed in sbcl-0.8.8.
The problem lay in a confusion in parsing for the version component of
pathnames (it would lose when the final part of the pathname was
One comment: are you sure you don't mean the pathname
#p"/home/dave/lispstuff/uffi-1.4.6/"? The trailing slash can make
quite a significant difference.
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