Changeset 14311


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Timestamp:
12/07/12 12:23:38 (8 years ago)
Author:
Mark Evenson
Message:

1.1.0: Final annotation changes for abcl-1.1.0.

Semi-groveled from previous commit.

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  • branches/1.1.x/README

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    177177====
    178178
     179ABCL now has a manual stating its conformance to the ANSI standard,
     180providing a compliant and practical Common Lisp implementation. 
     181
    179182ABCL is a conforming ANSI Common Lisp implementation.  Any other
    180183behavior should be reported as a bug.
    181184
    182 ABCL now has a manual stating its conformance to the ANSI standard,
    183 providing a compliant and practical Common Lisp implementation.
    184 Because of this,
     185The secondary and tertiary values of CL:LISP-IMPLEMENTATION-VERSION
     186provide additional information about the exact JVM runtime which ABCL
     187finds itself hosted upon which may be especially useful when
     188discussing and tracking issues on the Internet.
    185189
    186190
  • branches/1.1.x/abcl.asd

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    115115     :compile-tests nil))
    116116
    117 (defsystem :ansi-compiled :version "1.2"
    118            :description "Test ABCL with the compiled ANSI tests."
     117(defsystem :ansi-compiled :version "1.2.0"
     118           :description "Test ABCL with the compiled ANSI tests.  <> asdf:defsystem <urn:abcl.org/release/1.1.0/ansi-compiled#1.2.0> ."
    119119           :depends-on (ansi-rt)
    120120           :components
     
    131131
    132132(defsystem :cl-bench
    133   :description "Test ABCL with CL-BENCH."
     133  :description "Test ABCL with CL-BENCH. <> asdf:defsystem <urn:abcl.org/release/1.1.0/cl-bench#1.0.0> ."
     134  :version "1.0.0"
    134135  :components ((:module cl-bench-package :pathname "../cl-bench/"
    135136                        :components ((:file "defpackage")))
  • branches/1.1.x/abcl.rdf

    r14303 r14311  
    11# -*- Mode: n3 -*-
     2@prefix dc:              <http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/> .
     3@prefix abcl:            <https://abcl.org#> .
    24
    3 @prefix abcl:            <https://abcl.org#> .
     5<> dc:version           "abcl-1.1.0" .
     6<> abcl:release          "rc-3" .
     7
    48<>
    59 abcl:is "W3C Turtle RDF serializations format" ;
     
    2125  doap:language        "Common Lisp" ;
    2226  dc:created           "01-JAN-2004" ;
    23   dc:modified          "06-DEC-2012" ;
     27  dc:modified          "07-DEC-2012" ;
    2428
    25 <<<<<<< local
    26 <> dc:version           "abcl-1.1.0" .
    27 <>  a abcl:releaseCandidate   "rc-3" .
    28 =======
    2929  dc:version           "abcl-1.1.0" ;
    3030  abcl:releaseCandidate      "rc-3" .
    31 >>>>>>> other
    3231
    33 <<<<<<< local
    34 <> rdfs:seeAlso <file:README> .
    35 <> rdfs:seeAlso <file:MANUAL> .
    36 <> rdfs:seeAlso <file:doc/manual/abcl.tex> .
    37 =======
    38 <>
    39   rdfs:seeAlso <README> ;
    40   rdfs:seeAlso <file:doc/manual/abcl.tex> .
    41 >>>>>>> other
     32<>  rdfs:seeAlso  [
     33    a rdf:Alt ;
     34    rdf:_1 <file:README> ;
     35    rdf:_2 <file:MANUAL> ;
     36    rdf:_3 <file:doc/manual/abcl.tex>
     37] .
     38
    4239
    4340@prefix dc:              <http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/> .
     
    126123  <http://code.google.com/p/abcl-dynamic-install/> .
    127124
    128 <> doap:packages
    129    abcl:abcl-contrib ;
    130    rdfs:seeAlso <file:contrib/README.markdown> .
     125<> doap:packages  [
     126    a rdf:Alt;
     127    rdf:_1 abcl:abcl ;
     128    rdf:_2 abcl:abcl-contrib ;
     129    rdf:_3 abcl:asdf-install ;
     130    rdf:_4 abcl:jss ;
     131    rdf:_5 abcl:jfli ;
     132    rdf:_6 abcl:abcl-asdf ;
     133    rdf:_7 abcl:jna ;
     134    rdf:_8 abcl:asdf-jar
     135] .
     136
     137abcl:abcl-contrib 
     138  dc:identifier <urn:abcl.org/release/1.1.0/abcl-contrib#1.1.0> ;
     139  rdfs:seeAlso <file:contrib/README.markdown> .                             
     140
     141abcl:asdf-install
     142  dc:identifier <urn:abcl.org/release/1.1.0/contrib/asdf-install#0.6.10.2> ;
     143  rdfs:seeAlso <file:contrib/asdf-install/README> .                             
  • branches/1.1.x/build.xml

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    651651    <patternset id="abcl.dist.misc"
    652652                description="Additional includes in the source distributions relative to basedir">
     653
     654      <include name="abcl.rdf"/>
    653655      <include name="build.xml"/>
    654656      <include name="abcl.properties.in"/>
  • branches/1.1.x/contrib/abcl-asdf/README.markdown

    r14301 r14311  
    162162#### Colophon
    163163
    164     Mark <evenson.not.org@gmail.com>
    165    
    166164    Created: 2011-01-01
    167165    Revised: 2012-12-06
     166
     167    <> dc:documentation <urn:abcl.org/release/1.1.0/abcl-contrib#1.1.0> .   
     168
    168169   
  • branches/1.1.x/contrib/jss/README.markdown

    r14301 r14311  
    129129     
    130130abcl-contrib: http://svn.common-lisp.net/armedbear/trunk/abcl/contrib/     
     131
     132# See Also
     133
     134An earlier version of this software is used in[lsw2][] Semantic Web
     135package for dealing with OWL2 ontologies in RDF(S) and other
     136notations.
     137   
     138[lsw2]: http://code.google.com/p/lsw2/   
     139
    131140   
    132141# Colophon
  • branches/1.1.x/contrib/jss/jss.asd

    r14301 r14311  
    33  :author "Alan Ruttenberg, Mark Evenson"
    44  :version "3.0.5"
    5   :description "<> asdf:defsystem <urn:abcl.org/release/1.1.0/contrib/jss#3.05" .
     5  :description "<> asdf:defsystem <urn:abcl.org/release/1.1.0/contrib/jss#3.05"
    66  :components ((:module base
    77                        :pathname "" :serial t
  • branches/1.1.x/contrib/pom.xml

    r14269 r14311  
    22<project
    33   xsi:schemaLocation="http://maven.apache.org/POM/4.0.0 http://maven.apache.org/xsd/maven-4.0.0.xsd"
    4    xmlns="http://maven.apache.org/POM/4.0.0" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
     4   xmlns="http://maven.apache.org/POM/4.0.0" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
     5   xmlns:abcl="http://svn.common-lisp.net/armedbear/tags/1.1.0/abcl/abcl.rdf">
    56
    67  <!-- NOT USABLE FOR BUILDS, only for installing into a repository! -->
  • branches/1.1.x/doc/manual/abcl.tex

    r14302 r14311  
    1111\date{Version 1.1.0\\
    1212\smallskip
    13 December 5, 2012}
     13December 7, 2012}
    1414\author{Mark Evenson \and Erik H\"{u}lsmann \and Rudolf Schlatte \and
    1515  Alessio Stalla \and Ville Voutilainen}
     
    2323\subsection{Preface to the Second Edition}
    2424
    25 ABCL 1.1 now contains (A)MOP.  We hope you enjoy!  --The Mgmt.
     25\textsc{ABCL} 1.1 now contains (A)MOP.  We hope you enjoy! 
     26
     27--The Mgmt.
    2628
    2729\chapter{Introduction}
    2830
    29 Armed Bear Common Lisp (ABCL) is an implementation of Common Lisp that
    30 runs on the Java Virtual Machine.  It compiles Common Lisp to Java 5
    31 bytecode, providing the following integration methods for interfacing
    32 with Java code and libraries:
     31Armed Bear Common Lisp (\textsc{ABCL}) is an implementation of Common
     32Lisp that runs on the Java Virtual Machine.  It compiles Common Lisp
     33to Java 5 bytecode\footnote{The class file version is ``49.0''.} ,
     34providing the following integration methods for interfacing with Java
     35code and libraries:
    3336\begin{itemize}
    3437\item Lisp code can create Java objects and call their methods (see
     
    4346  similar.
    4447\end{itemize}
    45 ABCL is supported by the Lisp library manager
    46 QuickLisp\footnote{\url{http://quicklisp.org/}} and can run many of the
    47 programs and libraries provided therein out-of-the-box.
     48\textsc{ABCL} is supported by the Lisp library manager
     49\textsc{QuickLisp} \footnote{\url{http://quicklisp.org/}} and can run
     50many of the programs and libraries provided therein out-of-the-box.
    4851
    4952\section{Conformance}
     
    5154
    5255\subsection{ANSI Common Lisp}
    53 \textsc{ABCL} is currently a (non)-conforming ANSI Common Lisp
     56\textsc{ABCL} is currently a (non)-conforming \textsc{ANSI} Common Lisp
    5457implementation due to the following known issues:
    5558
    5659\begin{itemize}
    57 \item The generic function signatures of the \code{DOCUMENTATION} symbol
     60\item The generic function signatures of the \code{CL:DOCUMENTATION} symbol
    5861  do not match the specification.
    59 \item The \code{TIME} form does not return a proper \code{VALUES}
     62\item The \code{CL:TIME} form does not return a proper \code{CL:VALUES}
    6063  environment to its caller.
    61 \item When merging pathnames and the defaults point to a \code{JAR-PATHNAME},
    62   we set the \code{DEVICE} of the result to \code{:UNSPECIFIC} if the pathname to be
    63   be merged does not contain a specified \code{DEVICE}, does not contain a
    64   specified \code{HOST}, does contain a relative \code{DIRECTORY}, and we are
    65   not running on a \textsc{MSFT} Windows platform.\footnote{The intent of this
    66     rather arcane sounding deviation from conformance is so that the
    67     result of a merge won't fill in a DEVICE with the wrong "default
     64\item When merging pathnames and the defaults point to a
     65  \code{EXT:JAR-PATHNAME}, we set the \code{DEVICE} of the result to
     66  \code{:UNSPECIFIC} if the pathname to be be merged does not contain
     67  a specified \code{DEVICE}, does not contain a specified \code{HOST},
     68  does contain a relative \code{DIRECTORY}, and we are not running on
     69  a \textsc{MSFT} Windows platform.\footnote{The intent of this rather
     70    arcane sounding deviation from conformance is so that the result
     71    of a merge won't fill in a \code{DEVICE} with the wrong "default
    6872    device for the host" in the sense of the fourth paragraph in the
    69     CLHS description of MERGE-PATHNAMES (see in \cite{CLHS} the paragraph beginning
    70     "If the PATHNAME explicitly specifies a host and not a device
").
    71     A future version of the implementation may return to conformance
    72     by using the \code{HOST} value to reflect the type explicitly.
    73   }
     73    \textsc{CLHS} description of MERGE-PATHNAMES (see in \cite{CLHS}
     74    the paragraph beginning "If the PATHNAME explicitly specifies a
     75    host and not a device
").  A future version of the implementation
     76    may return to conformance by using the \code{HOST} value to
     77    reflect the type explicitly.  }
    7478
    7579\end{itemize}
     
    8185are solicited.
    8286
    83 ABCL aims to be be a fully conforming ANSI Common Lisp implementation.
    84 Any other behavior should be reported as a bug.
     87\textsc{ABCL} aims to be be a fully conforming \textsc{ANSI} Common
     88Lisp implementation.  Any other behavior should be reported as a bug.
    8589
    8690\subsection{Contemporary Common Lisp}
    87 In addition to ANSI conformance, \textsc{ABCL} strives to implement
     91In addition to \textsc{ANSI} conformance, \textsc{ABCL} strives to implement
    8892features expected of a contemporary Common Lisp, i.e. a Lisp of the
    8993post-2005 Renaissance.
     
    98102  computation at an arbitrarily selected call frame.
    99103\item Incomplete streams abstraction, in that \textsc{ABCL} needs
    100   suitable abstraction between ANSI and Gray streams.  The streams could
    101   be optimized to the JVM NIO abstractions at great profit for binary
    102   byte-level manipulations.
    103 \item Incomplete documentation (missing docstrings from exported symbols
    104   and the draft status of this user manual).
     104  suitable abstraction between \textsc{ANSI} and Gray
     105  streams.  \footnote{The streams could be optimized to the
     106    \textsc{JVM} NIO \cite{nio} abstractions at great profit for
     107    binary byte-level manipulations.}
     108\item Incomplete documentation (missing docstrings from exported
     109  symbols and the draft status of this user manual).
    105110\end{itemize}
    106111
     
    109114\section{License}
    110115
    111 ABCL is licensed under the terms of the GPL v2 of June 1991 with the
    112 ``classpath-exception'' (see the file \texttt{COPYING} in the source
    113 distribution for the license, term 13 in the same file for the classpath
    114 exception).  This license broadly means that you must distribute the
    115 sources to ABCL, including any changes you make, together with a program
    116 that includes ABCL, but that you are not required to distribute the
    117 sources of the whole program.  Submitting your changes upstream to the
    118 ABCL development team is actively encouraged and very much appreciated,
    119 of course.
     116\textsc{ABCL} is licensed under the terms of the \textsc{GPL} v2 of
     117June 1991 with the ``classpath-exception'' (see the file
     118\texttt{COPYING} in the source distribution \footnote{See
     119  \url{http://svn.common-lisp.net/armedbear/tags/1.1.0/abcl/COPYING}} for
     120the license, term 13 in the same file for the classpath exception).
     121This license broadly means that you must distribute the sources to
     122ABCL, including any changes you make, together with a program that
     123includes ABCL, but that you are not required to distribute the sources
     124of the whole program.  Submitting your changes upstream to the ABCL
     125development team is actively encouraged and very much appreciated, of
     126course.
    120127
    121128\section{Contributors}
     
    131138
    132139
     140
    133141\chapter{Running ABCL}
     142
    134143
    135144\textsc{ABCL} is packaged as a single jar file usually named either
     
    137146using a versioned package on the local filesystem from your system
    138147vendor.  This jar file can be executed from the command line to obtain a
    139 REPL\footnote{Read-Eval Print Loop, a Lisp command-line}, viz:
     148\textsc{REPL}\footnote{Read-Eval Print Loop, a Lisp command-line}, viz:
     149
     150\index{REPL}
    140151
    141152\begin{listing-shell}
     
    157168
    158169Probably the easiest way of setting up an editing environment using the
    159 Emacs editor is to use QuickLisp and follow the instructions at
     170\textsc{Emacs} editor is to use \textsc{QuickLisp} and follow the instructions at
    160171\url{http://www.quicklisp.org/beta/#slime}.
    161172
     
    163174
    164175ABCL supports the following command line options:
     176
     177\index{Command Line Options}
    165178
    166179\begin{description}
     
    174187\item[\texttt{  --batch}] evaluates forms specified by arguments and in
    175188  the initialization file \verb+~/.abclrc+, and then exits without
    176   starting a REPL.
     189  starting a \textsc{REPL}.
    177190\end{description}
    178191
     
    893906
    894907The implementation currently breaks \textsc{ANSI} conformance by allowing the
    895 types able to be \code{CL:READ} for the \var{DEVICE} to return a possible \code{CONS} of
     908types able to be \code{CL:READ} for the \code{DEVICE} to return a possible \code{CONS} of
    896909\code{CL:PATHNAME} objects.  %% citation from CLHS needed.
    897910
     
    960973\section{Extensible Sequences}
    961974
    962 See Rhodes2007 \cite{RHODES2007} for the design.
    963 
    964975The SEQUENCE package fully implements Christopher Rhodes' proposal for
    965976extensible sequences.  These user extensible sequences are used
     
    968979\code{java.util.List} contract.
    969980
     981See Rhodes2007 \cite{RHODES2007} for the design.
     982
    970983%% an Example of using java.util.Lisp in Lisp would be nice
    971984
     
    9881001
    9891002Note that \code{(require 'java-collections)} must be issued before
    990 \code{java.util.List} or any subclass is used as a specializer in a CLOS
     1003\code{java.util.List} or any subclass is used as a specializer in a \textsc{CLOS}
    9911004method definition (see the section below).
    9921005
     
    9951008\subsection{Metaobject Protocol}
    9961009
    997 ABCL implements the metaobject protocol for CLOS as specified in AMOP.
    998 The symbols are exported from the package \code{MOP}.
     1010\textsc{ABCL} implements the metaobject protocol for \textsc{CLOS} as
     1011specified in \textsc{(A)MOP}.  The symbols are exported from the
     1012package \code{MOP}.
    9991013
    10001014\subsection{Specializing on Java classes}
     
    10571071\begin{description}
    10581072
    1059   \item{\code{ASDF}} Loads the \textsc{ASDF} implementation shipped
     1073  \item{\code{ASDF}}
     1074    Loads the \textsc{ASDF} implementation shipped
    10601075    with the implementation.  After \textsc{ASDF} has been loaded in
    10611076    this manner, symbols passed to \code{CL:REQUIRE} which are
     
    10661081      'cl-ppcre)}.
    10671082
    1068   \item{\code{ABCL-CONTRIB}} Locates and pushes the toplevel contents of
     1083  \item{\code{ABCL-CONTRIB}}
     1084    Locates and pushes the toplevel contents of
    10691085    ``abcl-contrib.jar'' into the \textsc{ASDF} central registry. 
    10701086
    10711087    \begin{enumerate}
    1072       \item \code{abcl-asdf}
    1073         Functions for loading JVM artifacts dynamically, hooking into ASDF 2 objects where possible.
    1074       \item \code{asdf-jar} Package addressable JVM artifacts via
     1088      \item \code{abcl-asdf}
     1089        Functions for loading JVM artifacts
     1090        dynamically, hooking into ASDF 2 objects where possible.
     1091      \item \code{asdf-jar}
     1092        Package addressable JVM artifacts via
    10751093        \code{abcl-asdf} descriptions as a single binary artifact
    10761094        including recursive dependencies.
    1077       \item \code{mvn}
    1078         These systems name common JVM artifacts from the distributed pom.xml graph of Maven Aether:
     1095      \item \code{mvn}
     1096        These systems name common JVM artifacts from
     1097        the distributed pom.xml graph of Maven Aether:
    10791098        \begin{enumerate}
    1080           \item \code{jna} Dynamically load 'jna.jar' version 3.5.1
     1099          \item \code{jna}
     1100            Dynamically load 'jna.jar' version 3.5.1
    10811101            from the network \footnote{This loading can be inhibited
    10821102              if, at runtime, the Java class corresponding
    10831103              ``:classname'' clause of the system defition is present.}
    10841104        \end{enumerate}
    1085       \item \code{quicklisp-abcl} (Not working) boot a local Quicklisp
    1086         installation via the ASDF:IRI type introduced bia ABCL-ASDF.
    1087        
    1088     \end{enumerate}
     1105      \item \code{quicklisp-abcl} Boot a local Quicklisp installation
     1106        via the ASDF:IRI type introduced bia ABCL-ASDF.
     1107
     1108\begin{listing-lisp}
     1109CL-USER> (asdf:load-system :quicklisp-abcl :force t)
     1110\end{listing-lisp}
     1111
     1112\end{enumerate}
    10891113
    10901114\end{description}
     
    10961120can successful resolve the symbol.
    10971121
    1098 \section{JSS optionally extends the Reader}
     1122\section{JSS extension of the Reader by SHARPSIGN-DOUBLE-QUOTE}
    10991123
    11001124The JSS contrib consitutes an additional, optional extension to the
     
    11051129\section{ASDF}
    11061130
    1107 asdf-2.26.6 (see \cite{asdf}) is packaged as core component of ABCL,
    1108 but not initialized by default, as it relies on the CLOS subsystem
     1131asdf-2.26.6 (see \cite{asdf}) is packaged as core component of \textsc{ABCL},
     1132but not initialized by default, as it relies on the \textsc{CLOS} subsystem
    11091133which can take a bit of time to start \footnote{While this time is
    11101134  ``merely'' on the order of seconds for contemporary 2011 machines,
    11111135  for applications that need to initialize quickly, for example a web
    1112   server, this time might be unnecessarily long}.  The packaged ASDF
     1136  server, this time might be unnecessarily long}.  The packaged \textsc{ASDF}
    11131137may be loaded by the \textsc{ANSI} \code{REQUIRE} mechanism as
    11141138follows:
     
    11201144\chapter{Contrib}
    11211145
    1122 The ABCL contrib is packaged as a separate jar archive usually named
     1146The \textsc{ABCL} contrib is packaged as a separate jar archive usually named
    11231147\code{abcl-contrib.jar} or possibly something like
    11241148\code{abcl-contrib-1.1.0.jar}.  The contrib jar is not loaded by the
     
    12081232locally from the network as well.
    12091233
     1234More extensive documentations and examples can be found at
     1235\url{http://svn.common-lisp.net/armedbear/tags/1.1.0/abcl/contrib/abcl-asdf/README.markdown}.
     1236
     1237
    12101238\section{asdf-jar}
    12111239
    1212 The asdf-jar contrib provides a system for packaging ASDF systems into
    1213 jar archives for ABCL.  Given a running ABCL image with loadable ASDF
    1214 systems the code in this package will recursively package all the
    1215 required source and fasls in a jar archive.
     1240The asdf-jar contrib provides a system for packaging \textsc{ASDF}
     1241systems into jar archives for \textsc{ABCL}.  Given a running
     1242\textsc{ABCL} image with loadable \textsc{ASDF} systems the code in
     1243this package will recursively package all the required source and
     1244fasls in a jar archive.
    12161245
    12171246The documentation for this contrib can be found at
    1218 \url{http://svn.common-lisp.net/armedbear/trunk/abcl/contrib/asdf-jar/README.markdown}.
     1247\url{http://svn.common-lisp.net/armedbear/tags/1.1.0/abcl/contrib/asdf-jar/README.markdown}.
    12191248
    12201249
     
    12521281
    12531282Some more information on jss can be found in its documentation at
    1254 \url{http://svn.common-lisp.net/armedbear/trunk/abcl/contrib/jss/README.markdown}
     1283\url{http://svn.common-lisp.net/armedbear/tags/1.1.0/abcl/contrib/jss/README.markdown}.
    12551284
    12561285\section{jfli}
     
    12581287
    12591288The contrib contains a pure-Java version of JFLI.
     1289
     1290\url{http://svn.common-lisp.net/armedbear/tags/1.1.0/abcl/contrib/jfli/README}.
     1291
    12601292
    12611293\section{asdf-install}
     
    12711303access.
    12721304
     1305\url{http://svn.common-lisp.net/armedbear/tags/1.1.0/abcl/contrib/asdf-install/README}.
     1306
     1307
    12731308\chapter{History}
     1309\index{History}
    12741310
    12751311\textsc{ABCL} was originally the extension language for the J editor, which was
     
    12921328on January 10, 2012.
    12931329
    1294 In December 2012, we revised the implementation by adding (A)MOP
     1330In December 2012, we revised the implementation by adding \textsc{(A)MOP}
    12951331with the release of abcl-1.1.0.
    12961332
     
    13041340
    13051341The public interfaces in this package are subject to change with
    1306 ABCL 1.2.
     1342\textsc{ABCL} 1.2.
    13071343
    13081344\include{system}
     
    13131349
    13141350\include{jss}
    1315 
    13161351
    13171352\bibliography{abcl}
  • branches/1.1.x/maven-release.txt

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    11# Releasing ABCL on Sonatype's OSS Maven repository - instructions
     2#
     3# WARNING: <file:pom.xml> and <file:contrib/pom.xml> are not currently valid descriptions of how to build ABCL.
     4#
     5# TODO  Use the Maven Ant plugin to drive the standard build process.
    26#
    37# This assumes your settings.xml (/etc/maven2/settings.xml for Ubuntu-packaged Maven) contains something like this in its <servers></servers> section:
  • branches/1.1.x/pom.xml

    r14269 r14311  
    22<project
    33   xsi:schemaLocation="http://maven.apache.org/POM/4.0.0 http://maven.apache.org/xsd/maven-4.0.0.xsd"
    4    xmlns="http://maven.apache.org/POM/4.0.0" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
     4   xmlns="http://maven.apache.org/POM/4.0.0" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
     5   xmlns:abcl="http://svn.common-lisp.net/armedbear/tags/1.1.0/abcl/abcl.rdf">
    56
    67  <!-- NOT USABLE FOR BUILDS, only for installing into a repository! -->
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