Changeset 13886 for trunk


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Timestamp:
03/04/12 20:55:25 (10 years ago)
Author:
Mark Evenson
Message:

quicklisp-abcl: boot Quicklisp install from the network with URIs.

Doesn't exactly work yet: need to add stuff to ABCL-ASDF around
resolving ASDF:IRI classes.

Location:
trunk/abcl
Files:
2 added
1 edited

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  • trunk/abcl/doc/manual/abcl.tex

    r13882 r13886  
    1111\date{Version 1.1.0-dev\\
    1212\smallskip
    13 Feburary 5, 2012}
     13March 3, 2012}
    1414\author{Mark Evenson \and Erik H\"{u}lsmann \and Rudolf Schlatte \and
    1515  Alessio Stalla \and Ville Voutilainen}
     
    10241024        \begin{enumerate}
    10251025          \item \code{jna} Dynamically load 'jna.jar' version 3.0.9 from the network.
     1026        \end{enumerate}
     1027      \item \code{quicklisp-abcl} (Not working) boot a local Quicklisp
     1028        installation via the ASDF:IRI type introduced bia ABCL-ASDF.
    10261029       
    10271030    \end{enumeration}
     
    11601163\label{section:jss}
    11611164
    1162 To one used to the more universal syntax of Lisp pairs for which the
    1163 definition of read and compile time macros is quite natural, the Java
    1164 syntax available to the Java programmer may be said to suck.  To
    1165 alleviate this situation, the JSS contrib introduces the
    1166 \code{SHARPSIGN-DOUBLE-QUOTE} (\code{\#"}) reader macro, which allows the
    1167 the specification of the name of invoking function as the first
    1168 element of the relevant s-expr which tends to be more congruent to
    1169 how Lisp programmers seem to be wired to think.
     1165To one used to the more universal syntax of Lisp pairs upon which the
     1166definition of read and compile time macros is quite
     1167natural \footnote{See Graham's ``On Lisp'' http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/paulgraham/onlisp.pdf.}, the Java syntax available to
     1168the Java programmer may be said to suck.  To alleviate this situation,
     1169the JSS contrib introduces the \code{SHARPSIGN-DOUBLE-QUOTE}
     1170(\code{\#"}) reader macro, which allows the the specification of the
     1171name of invoking function as the first element of the relevant s-expr
     1172which tends to be more congruent to how Lisp programmers seem to be
     1173wired to think.
    11701174
    11711175While quite useful, we don't expect that the JSS contrib will be the
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