More incremental progress.

parent 26ca873d
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\begin{listing-lisp}
CL-USER> (add-to-classpath "/path/to/some.jar")
\end{listing-lisp}p
\end{listing-lisp}
\subsection{API}
......@@ -333,7 +333,7 @@ Multithreading
\subsection{API}
% TODO document the THREADS package.
% include autogen docs for the THREADS package.
\include{threads}
\section{EXTENSIONS}
......@@ -349,6 +349,7 @@ the native JVM contract for \code{java.util.List}.
\subsection{API}
% include autogen docs for the EXTENSIONS package.
\include{extensions}
\chapter{Beyond ANSI}
......@@ -361,7 +362,7 @@ in working with the hosting JVM.
\section{Implementation Dependent}
\begin{enumerate}
\item Compiler to JVM 5 bytecode
\item Pathname extensionsn
\item Pathname extensions
\end{enumerate}
\section{Pathname}
......@@ -407,7 +408,7 @@ will load and execute the Quicklisp setup code.
\ref{RHODES2007}
The SEQUENCE pacakge fully implements Christopher Rhodes' proposal for
The SEQUENCE package fully implements Christopher Rhodes' proposal for
extensible sequences. These user extensible sequences are used
directly in \code{java-collections.lisp} provide these CLOS
abstractions on the standard Java collection classes as defined by the
......@@ -460,6 +461,42 @@ Note that this sequence is never output by the implementation. Instead,
the corresponding Unicode character is output for characters whose
code is greater than 0x00ff.
\section{ASDF}
asdf-2.017 is packaged as core component of ABCL. By default, ASDF is
not loaded, as it relies on the CLOS subsystem which can take a bit of
time to initialize.
\begin{listing-lisp}
CL-USER> (require 'asdf)
\end{listing-lisp}
\chapter{Contrib}
\section{abcl-asdf}
Allow ASDF system definition which dynamically loads JVM artifacts
such as jar archives via a Maven encapsulation.
ASDF components added: JAR-FILE, JAR-DIRECTORY, CLASS-FILE-DIRECTORY
and MVN.
\section{asdf-install}
An implementation of ASDF-INSTALL. Superceded by Quicklisp (qv.)
\section{asdf-jar}
ASDF-JAR provides a system for packaging ASDF systems into jar
archives for ABCL. Given a running ABCL image with loadable ASDF
systems the code in this package will recursively package all the
required source and fasls in a jar archive.
\section{jss}
Java Syntax sucks, so we introduce this #" macro
\chapter{History}
ABCL was originally the extension language for the J editor, which was
......@@ -475,6 +512,9 @@ contemporary Common Lisp implementation.
In 201x, with the publication of this Manual explicitly stating the
conformance of Armed Bear Common Lisp to ANSI, we release abcl-1.0.
\section{References}
[Java2000]: A New Era for Java Protocol Handlers.
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