Thank you, David. It solved the problem.

2012/2/22 David Brown <lisp@davidb.org>
On Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 12:56:42PM +0400, necto wrote:
Hello, everyone.

I can easily use iterate (http://common-lisp.net/project/iterate/) under sbcl.

But on ecl, it becomes a problem.
 1 (require 'asdf)
 2 (push "iterate/" asdf:*central-registry*)
 3 (asdf:operate 'asdf:load-op :iterate)

One hint, Quicklisp http://www.quicklisp.org/beta/ makes this much
easier.


Iterate system is loaded successefully, and after typing (in-package :iterate)
it allows such constrcutions as
(iter (for i from 0 to 10) (print i))
But (use-package :iterate) reveals many symbol conflicts (such symbols as
collect declare-variables, for, and many others)
How can I use this package in ecl?

Hmm, I've not had problems importing iterate into cl-user.  But, the
easiest solution is to work in another package.

  (defpackage #:work (:use #:cl #:iterate))
  (in-package #:work)

Any of the conflicting symbols will be in a package other than CL that
is imported into CL-USER.

David