From: Robert Uhl <eadmund42@gm...> - 2009-08-30 21:07:40
I'm wondering why SBCL got rid of UNIX-FILE-KIND? It was used by
common-lisp-controller, stumpwm and possibly others...
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Robert Uhl <eadmund42@...> writes:
> I'm wondering why SBCL got rid of UNIX-FILE-KIND? It was used by
> common-lisp-controller, stumpwm and possibly others...
It was in an internal package, and its name was no longer appropriate to
its function? (If you are using things in sbcl's internal packages, try
to find an appropriate supported replacement to use instead: in this
case probably sb-posix:lstat).
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