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      note existence of cclan-commits list · 5511a2d1
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      update changelog with new version · bf8fb0bd
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      *asdf-revision* is a new special variable. It's a list (1 31) or · 951d5829
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      similar which corresponds to the CVS revision of asdf.lisp
      - compile-file errors
      
      The default behaviour for coping with compile-file errors has changed:
      
       (defvar  *compile-file-warnings-behaviour* :warn)
      -(defvar  *compile-file-failure-behaviour* :error)
      +(defvar  *compile-file-failure-behaviour* #+sbcl :error #-sbcl :warn)
      
      Most lisp implementations (all that I know of except for sbcl) stop
      and enter the debugger for catastrophic errors in file compilation.
      SBCL otoh has a much finer warning/style-warning distinction and
      should not ever return failure-p unless for a catastrophic error
      
      Fix printing of system-definition-error in CMUCL (thanks to Bob Rogers)
      
      Moved a lot of messing around with 'last-compiled and 'last-loaded
      properties into :before and :after methods on source-file so that
      "don't reload if already loaded" works for new source file types that
      users create
      
      There is a new operation load-source-op based on Kevin Rosenberg's
      implementation of same.  I'm not altogether sure yet how this should
      interact with 'last-compiled and 'last-loaded: suggestions welcomed
      
      OPERATE now does the operation inside a WITH-COMPILATION-UNIT form, to
      reduce noise from the compiler about forward definitions.  Courtesy of
      Bob Rogers
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