Commit 6b678b37 authored by Francois-Rene Rideau's avatar Francois-Rene Rideau

Update deprecation notice for bundle functions

bundle-system and make-build must go.
But they must go the right way.
parent 612bb059
...@@ -328,7 +328,10 @@ for all the linkable object files associated with the system or its dependencies ...@@ -328,7 +328,10 @@ for all the linkable object files associated with the system or its dependencies
((:program) ((:program)
'program-op))) 'program-op)))
;; DEPRECATED. This is originally from asdf-ecl.lisp. Does anyone use it? ;; DEPRECATED. This is originally from asdf-ecl.lisp.
;; It must die, and so must any use of initargs in operation,
;; unless keys to the asdf-cache are substantially modified to accommodate for them.
;; Coordinate with the ECL maintainers to get them to stop using it.
(defun make-build (system &rest args &key (monolithic nil) (type :fasl) (defun make-build (system &rest args &key (monolithic nil) (type :fasl)
(move-here nil move-here-p) (move-here nil move-here-p)
&allow-other-keys) &allow-other-keys)
...@@ -357,7 +360,10 @@ for all the linkable object files associated with the system or its dependencies ...@@ -357,7 +360,10 @@ for all the linkable object files associated with the system or its dependencies
:collect new-f) :collect new-f)
files))) files)))
;; DEPRECATED. Does anyone use this? ;; DEPRECATED. Apparently, some users of ECL, MKCL and ABCL may still be using it;
;; but at the very least, this function should be renamed, and/or
;; some way of specifying the output directory should be provided.
;; As is, it is not such a useful interface.
(defun bundle-system (system &rest args &key force (verbose t) version &allow-other-keys) (defun bundle-system (system &rest args &key force (verbose t) version &allow-other-keys)
(declare (ignore force verbose version)) (declare (ignore force verbose version))
(apply #'operate 'deliver-asd-op system args))) (apply #'operate 'deliver-asd-op system args)))
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