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    • Francois-Rene Rideau's avatar
      3.0.1.4: factor MAKE-PLAN out of TRAVERSE. · 5f73d4d7
      Francois-Rene Rideau authored
      For consistency, MAKE-PLAN always returns a plan.
      For backward compatibility, TRAVERSE always returns a list of actions.
      OPERATE now calls MAKE-PLAN, not TRAVERSE anymore.
      Happily, no one in quicklisp defines *useful* methods on TRAVERSE.
      Thanks to foom for suggesting this cleanup.
      5f73d4d7
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    • Robert P. Goldman's avatar
      Bump version to 3.0.1.1 · 8f34937b
      Robert P. Goldman authored
      8f34937b
    • Robert P. Goldman's avatar
      Fixes for UIOP:RUN-PROGRAM on ACL. · 6510db1e
      Robert P. Goldman authored
      On ACL, the :INPUT and :OUTPUT arguments to EXCL:RUN-SHELL-COMMAND take
      NIL for the behavior of inheriting input and output handles from the
      Lisp process.  These were encoded as T in UIOP:RUN-PROGRAM, instead of
      NIL, causing ACL to get errors trying to open T as a file designator.
      
      Added a couple of test cases to test-run-program.script to illustrate
      the problem.
      
      Note that this fix does not provide the prescribed behavior for :OUTPUT
      NIL (which should take the program's output and throw it on the floor).
      There is a TODO in uiop:run-program explaining what's missing.  In
      brief, ACL's EXCL:RUN-SHELL-COMMAND does not support this behavior out
      of the box, so one would have to capture the program's output, and then
      throw it on the floor.
      6510db1e
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  14. 15 May, 2013 1 commit
    • 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.
      bbb71f57
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