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    • mevenson@1c010e3e-69d0-11dd-93a8-456734b0d56f's avatar
      SLIME configuation under NetBeans working again. · c9863ca1
      To use slime, ensure the directory "~/.asdf-install-dir/systems"
      exits, and symlink `swank.asd` from a SLIME installation into it.
      Start the "slime" Netbeans configuration: when you see the "Swank
      started at port: 4005."  message, you may then use Emacs M-x
      slime-connect to attach to the ABCL instance running in Netbeans.
      
      An improvement might to be to randomize the port given to
      SWANK:CREATE-SERVER somehow.
      
      Updated artifacts to Netbeans 7.4.
      c9863ca1
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    • mevenson@1c010e3e-69d0-11dd-93a8-456734b0d56f's avatar
      The classfile writer now handles the creation of interfaces. · cc0b9a0b
      JVM::MAKE-CLASS-INTERFACE-FILE will create a classfile structure
      suitable for defining a Java interface.  Simply add abstract methods
      to complete the definition.
      
      JVM::ADD-SUPERINTERFACE adds an interface definition to a classfile.
      For a classfile denoting a Java object, these interfaces correspond
      to the contents of a Java language "implements" clause.  For a classfile
      denoting a Java interface, these interfaces are all added to the
      contract defined by this interfaces corresponding to the Java language
      "extends" clause.
      
      [Includes accidental update of NetBeans project files.]
      cc0b9a0b
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