rmc at thegentleway.com
Mon Feb 6 11:41:59 EST 2006
Forgive my ignorance ... I'm new ...
Using Mac OS 10.4.4
openmcl 1.0.1, installed using darwinports
I want to replace my asdf installation with one checked out from
I'm a little confused as to how openmcl knows about asdf when you say:
in the openmcl-init file. When I don't "require asdf" I see that
there is a symbol,
in the dictionary. This [paraphrased] instruction in, http://
Open this file [... the init file for your lisp ...] (create it if it
doesn't exist) and add this line
#-:asdf (load "/path/where/asdf/is/located/asdf")
[ ... but if you're using openmcl then use ...
and there is an explanation of the use of the condition #-:asdf which
adds the symbol :asdf to the features list.
What connects the version of asdf in the openmcl distribution
directory to the one that's loaded when I say ... (require 'asdf) and
how do I point it somewhere else?
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