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With the latest CVS sources the smoke.impure.lisp test fails (see attachment).
It's Debian/Sarge on i386, the host is SBCL 0.8.10.33. On a similar box but
maybe with the host being 0.8.11 all tests run OK.
Gabor Melis <mega@...> writes:
> With the latest CVS sources the smoke.impure.lisp test fails (see
> It's Debian/Sarge on i386, the host is SBCL 0.8.10.33. On a similar box but
> maybe with the host being 0.8.11 all tests run OK.
Yeah. It's annoying, but we honestly don't know why this happens.
(At least, I don't). Some subtle assumption somewhere is only valid
some of the time, and it seems to be extremely sensitive to things
such as the precise build environment (probably the date and time, in
Helmut Eller recently patched ROOM on cmucl, which might alleviate the
symptoms if not the underlying problem; you may wish to investigate
his recent mail to cmucl-imp.
Sorry that I can't be any more help...
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(defvar b "~&Just another Lisp hacker~%") (pprint #36rJesusCollegeCambridge)