[Openmcl-devel] Possible problem with host-namestring
gwking at cs.umass.edu
Mon Dec 22 16:04:14 EST 2003
Yes, I meant pathname-host and not host-pathname (oh dear!). I also
pasted in the wrong bit of code (it was from MCL, not OpenMCL). In any
case, I was trying to recreate the problem and have failed so I need to
go back to the drawing board and try to figure this one out again.
Something is going wrong with a home grown load system wherein the
translation is ending up as:
and I'm having a hard time figuring out where the \\ is coming from.
Thanks for your fast reply.
On Dec 22, 2003, at 3:12 PM, Gary Byers wrote:
> On Mon, 22 Dec 2003, Gary King wrote:
>> When I define:
>> (setf (LOGICAL-PATHNAME-TRANSLATIONS "LIFT")
>> '(("source;**;*.*.*" "Users:gwking:CVS:CVS Ctf:lift:dev:**:")
>> ("**;*.*.*" "Users:gwking:CVS:CVS Ctf:lift:dev:**:")))
> Note that the strings on the RHS of these translations appear to be
> HFS-style physical pathnames. I'm kind of amazed that you get an
> answer at all; somewhere down the line, something should either
> complain that "Users:" is an undefined logical host, or that it
> can't make sense out of a pathname string with that many colons
> in it.
>> and then ask for (host-pathname "lift:foo;bar.bat"), I get a different
>> answer from OpenMCL than I do from either MCL or SBCL. The later two
>> give "lift" whereas OpenMCL gives "lift:". This is in 0.13.6.
> Perhaps you mean that PATHNAME-HOST returns a different answer ?
>> Gary Warren King, Lab Manager
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