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    • Francois-Rene Rideau's avatar
      3.0.0: promoting 2.33.10 as new release. This is officially ASDF 3. · bbb71f57
      Francois-Rene Rideau authored
      Also, tweaking the numbering system to match that of SBCL:
      First digit (currently 3) indicates major version and change indicates incompatibility.
      Second digit (currently 0) is minor version and change indicates notable progress.
      Third digit (currently 0) is patch release version and increases with each new stable release.
      Optionally a fourth digit (currently none) counts official changes since last stable release.
      Optionally a fifth digit (currently none) counts local changes since last official changes.
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      2.26.149: next release will be ASDF 3 after all, not ASDF 2.27. · 0f685693
      Francois-Rene Rideau authored
      Introduce some backward incompatibility with features unused in quicklisp:
      * Don't create a temporary package every time you load a .asd;
       instead, load everything from same package ASDF-USER,
       that :use's asdf/common-lisp asdf/package asdf/interface
       That's the Common Lisp way, what with COMMON-LISP-USER.
       If you want a private package, use DEFPACKAGE or DEFINE-PACKAGE.
      * operation-description is renamed action-description.
       No one was using it in quicklisp, and no one was specializing it
       except cl-protobufs, which I'll fix.
      * component-properties and component-property are gone.
       If you want a new property, create your own subclass of component.
      
      Also, have a load-asd function with name in keyword arguments,
      rather than load-sysdef function that requires the name.
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      2.26.146: restore W-C-U around perform-plan for backward compatibility. · db1cebf7
      Francois-Rene Rideau authored
      Also, move entry-point into system and remove class bundle-system.
      I was tempted to have test-op call it, but then it's a problem
      when the base system has a non-test entry-point, so we probably need
      a separate test-entry-point slot.
      
      Update the default *asdf-debug-utility* to do more of the right thing.
      
      Update changelog.
      
      Tweak package to avoid triggering a bug in ABCL trunk.
      db1cebf7