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File Date Author Commit
contrib 2014-02-22 Philipp Marek Philipp Marek [50ba00] getprotobyname() may return NULL, causing segfa...
examples 2013-05-28 Juan Jose Garcia Ripoll Juan Jose Garcia Ripoll [83e805] An example on how to embed ECL using C compiler...
msvc 2013-10-06 Juanjo Garcia-Ripoll Juanjo Garcia-Ripoll [253ebb] The Windows GMP makefile must be updated, remov...
src 2014-04-28 Philipp Marek Philipp Marek [342538] Not only BASE-STRINGs but STRINGs may be packag...
.gitignore 2014-03-09 Philipp Marek Philipp Marek [d1725e] Ignore some generated test files, too.
ANNOUNCEMENT 2013-05-27 Juan Jose Garcia Ripoll Juan Jose Garcia Ripoll [63ed1c] Annotate the change in LOOP
Copyright 2005-12-14 jjgarcia jjgarcia [5643a2] Debian needs a more precise wording of the license
INSTALL 2009-08-12 Juan Jose Garcia Ripoll Juan Jose Garcia Ripoll [ceb432] New file with a sketch of the installation inst...
LGPL 2001-06-26 jjgarcia jjgarcia [2d8d0c] Initial revision 2014-02-23 Philipp Marek Philipp Marek [348cc8] Now we're using GIT; and some helpful remarks.
README.1st 2014-02-27 Philipp Marek Philipp Marek [1e2fc6] Fix ecl_eval to not have quotes by default.
configure 2008-08-27 Juan Jose Garcia Ripoll Juan Jose Garcia Ripoll [e7e5d3] Preserve quoting when passing the arguments to ...

Read Me

You can find the preprocessed documentation in ./doc in HTML format.

Debugging via GDB:

src/util/gdbinit (and, therefore, build/.gdbinit) defines
a few convenience things - T, NIL, and, even more important,

This is a GDB function that prints a 'cl_object' human-readably:

    (gdb) ecl_print x
    $39 = t_fixnum
    $40 = (ecl_base_char *) 0x42b4000 "10652336"

And another that helps to see a thread state:

    (gdb) ecl_eval "cl:*package*"

Please note that double quotes have to be escaped:

    (gdb) ecl_eval "(concatenate 'string \"a\" \"b\")"

Both will give a string with "readable" content, and a pretty-printed one.

Using VIM:

.git/tags is a VIM-compatible tag file; if you're using
the fugitive plugin, it will be used automatically.

About testing:

make check
	to (get, initialize and) run the tests

make -C build/tests do-regressions
make -C build/tests do-ansi
make -C build/tests do-quicklisp
make -C build/tests do-mop-tests
	runs the specified tests

make -C build/tests/ show-fails
	prints results