https://groups.google.com/d/forum/quicklispQuicklispDiscussion of the Quicklisp project. <a href="http://www.quicklisp.org/">http://www.quicklisp.org/</a>Google GroupsChris Hanson2015-03-03T18:45:53Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/quicklisp/2m6aqMJaq6giolib on OS XIt looks like iolib has a dependency on libfixposix that's not recorded; anything that attempts to load iolib.syscalls fails on the "#include <lfp.h>" in "fi-types-unix.c" in iolib. -- ChrisZach Beane2015-02-24T14:37:12Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/quicklisp/4pR536lhktIFebruary alpha availableThere's a new alpha available if you'd like to test it out. Notable this month is a change to my build process. Any system that fails to build under SBCL's default constant policy (where non-EQL defconstant values signal a full warning) has been removed. Normally that would make many projectsZach Beane2015-01-12T04:13:26Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/quicklisp/ifp6V-wi9dkNew alpha dist availableThere's an alpha dist available. It's pretty close to what the final January dist will look like. I think I've fixed a problem with dependencies involving slashed systems. This affected iolib most obviously; installing could result in errors relating to missing SPLIT-SEQUENCE and other projectsMarco Antoniotti2015-01-06T14:30:02Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/quicklisp/5-lKsZRQic8Add DEFENUM to quicklispHi could you please add DEFENUM to Quicklisp? It is a small hack/library that adds C++ and Java like 'enum' to Common Lisp. The site (and doc) is at http://defenum.sourceforge.net The git repository is at http://git.code.sf.net/p/defenum/code The license is - as usual - BSD. All the besron.g...@gmail.com2015-01-05T20:18:27Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/quicklisp/xk1Bzhu2v5EQuicklisp error in CLispQuicklisp runs seamlessly for me on CCL, SBCL and ABCL, but when I try it in CLisp I get the following error. Is this a known problem, or am I doing something wrong? (My CLisp is pretty old, version 2.39. I can't get more recent versions to build. Does anyone actually even use CLisp any mormartin brooks2014-12-31T01:26:00Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/quicklisp/KMTqyDFnyLQRecent experience implementing Hunchentoot on AWSPositive experience, with some minor diversions. This note is to provide my experience as information, in case it helps anyone else. Platform: AWS Linux m3.medium hvm Security: only http through port 80 (this is an AWS preset) Fabric: latest CCL Library: quicklisp Tool: Hunchentoot notes:dcatteeu2014-12-30T09:33:54Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/quicklisp/9fPJ-MPjXlgguidelines for libraries published with QL?Hi all, Are there any guidelines that libraries must follow to be published with QL? Or, what do you check for if you publish a library, apart from 'compiles without errors'? Thanks, david.Zach Beane2014-12-15T17:01:00Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/quicklisp/0dKS1VMVhEYNew alpha availableThere's a new alpha available for your testing pleasure. You can try it out by using the directions here: http://blog.quicklisp.org/2014/01/a-dist-for-testing.html This is very similar to the final December Quicklisp dist update, which will be out in the next few days. ZachAlexandre Rademaker2014-11-28T12:18:16Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/quicklisp/EzmMAynMpAQlast update broke slime support in mlispAny idea? The problem is at the allegro.lisp file. How can I use the a version of slime keeping my quicklisp dist updated? International Allegro CL Enterprise Edition 9.0 [64-bit Mac OS X (Intel) *SMP*] (Sep 21, 2014 20:23) Copyright (C) 1985-2012, Franz Inc., Oakland, CA, USA. All Rights Rea.c.k...@gmail.com2014-11-10T19:07:33Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/quicklisp/_4QCrGrRitwPlease make setting up Quicklisp on a secondary Lisp implementation more friendly to new usersTL;DR: My suggestions: - Please make `(quicklisp-quickstart:install)` show a simple message instead of throw an error - Please show the suggestion of using `(ql:add-to-init-file)` after completion of either `(quicklisp-quickstart:install)` or `(load "quicklisp/setup.lisp")`. The current proceduZach Beane2014-11-03T16:57:34Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/quicklisp/po8Uxw9mF8wNovember alpha availableThere's a new alpha release now available. It is very similar to the final November dist update. If you'd like to try it out, see the instructions here: http://blog.quicklisp.org/2014/01/a-dist-for-testing.html Zachkoser...@126.com2014-10-06T16:44:20Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/quicklisp/RJB8PLnjcg0Scissors;ManufacturerZach Beane2014-10-03T16:17:48Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/quicklisp/LXRCiN7HM7kOctober Alpha now availableI've published an alpha dist that is very similar to what I'd like to release in a few days. You can try it out with the directions here: https://blog.twitter.com/2014/testing-a-way-for-you-to-make-purchases-on-twitter ZachZach Beane2014-09-11T12:50:43Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/quicklisp/OMlPGqMdIr0New alpha availableI'm hoping to publish the September Quicklisp update this weekend. To help with testing it, I've just published an alpha version that is very similar to the final release. See http://blog.quicklisp.org/2014/01/a-dist-for-testing.html for info about how to try out the alpha. Thanks, ZachChris2014-09-05T17:15:28Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/quicklisp/hCvLyqXI-C4SBCL failed to find TRUENAMEI've set up a local-project directory cs325 with cs325.asd and it seems to work in both Allegro 9 and Lispworks 6 Personal on my Windows 8 machine. But when I run SBCL from the command shell, I get failed to find TRUENAME for CS325. Here's what where-is-system says SBCL: * (ql:where-is-system "