On Mon, 9 Jan 2006 at 01:11:39 -0500, Alan Ruttenberg wrote:
> (file-directory-p "/Users/ruttenbe/Desktop/CurrentProjects/lisp/
> => t
> (merge-pathnames (make-pathname :directory '(:relative :wild-
> inferiors) :name :wild :type "class")
> (truename "/Users/ruttenbe/Desktop/CurrentProjects/lisp/abcl-0.0.9/
> => #P"/Users/ruttenbe/Desktop/CurrentProjects/lisp/abcl-0.0.9/src/**/
> (directory (merge-pathnames (make-pathname :directory
> '(:relative :wild-inferiors) :name :wild :type "class") (truename "/
> => NIL
> find /Users/ruttenbe/Desktop/CurrentProjects/lisp/abcl-0.0.9/src -
> name \*.class | wc -l
> => 993
This is a known problem (at least it's known to me): ABCL basically
doesn't support :wild-inferiors at all.
I have no good excuse, except that actually implementing support for
:wild-inferiors has always seemed a bit tricky, considering symlinks
and Java's somewhat dodgy support thereof. I'm sure it's a solvable
problem, but it's also a bit of a science project.
I'll try to look into this issue later this week, but I can't make any
> Thanks for acbl!
Thanks for reporting this bug!