Version used: CLISP 2.36 on Windows
CLISP 2.35 doesn't produce a bug in the same circumstances.
A bug occured while loading UnCommonWeb framework with
ASDF. Three .asd files were irreparably damaged after
(unsuccessful) compilation. They were replaced by emty
0-byte files. The files in question are arnesi.asd,
yaclml.asd and rfc2388.asd. Other involved .asd files
were untouched. The fact that version 2.35 doesn't
demonstrate such destructive behavior leads me to
believe that the bug was introduced with CLISP 2.36.
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