On Sun, Jun 11, 2006 at 06:57:59AM -0500, William Harold Newman wrote:
: On Sat, Jun 10, 2006 at 09:06:34PM +0100, Jonathon McKitrick wrote:
: > I'm having this problem on 0.9.11 on a Linux box and an Intel Mac when I load
: > my asdf project:
: > Debugger invoked on a SIMPLE-ERROR:0
: > overwriting old FUN-INFO
: > #<SB-C::FUN-INFO :ATTRIBUTES (FOLDABLE FLUSHABLE
: > SB-C::UNSAFELY-FLUSHABLE)>
: > for ROTATE-BYTE
: > It shows three of these in a row, and selecting 0 for each is accepted and
: > runs. I'd like to solve the problem correctly, though. How may I do this?
: I do have one guess: that when you say "three of these in a row" you
: don't actually mean three of the same error message, but three similar
: error messages, one each for ROTATE-BYTE, %ROTATE-BYTE, and
: %UNSIGNED-32-ROTATE-BYTE. That is what you might see if your system
That's it exactly. So how can I pinpoint where the second load is occurring?
I thought asdf handled this automatically.
My other computer is your Windows box.