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    • Francois-Rene Rideau's avatar
      Bless launch-program as primary function · b0594e19
      Francois-Rene Rideau authored
      Make %run-program the alias of launch-program rather than the other way around.
      Rename %use-run-program to %use-launch-program. Update tests.
      NB: I wanted to move %run-program to backward-driver, but that won't help:
      since the function was never exported from uiop/run-program, it wasn't in uiop.
      Thanks to Elias Pipping for his help getting this commit right.
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      Another reimplementation of run-program. New: · 4caf0cc7
      Francois-Rene Rideau authored
      * it handles INPUT and ERROR-OUTPUT, not just OUTPUT.
      * it accepts PATHNAMEs as I/O designators
      * it works on ECL under SLIME (fixes lp#1232225)
        At the suggestion of stassats, we're always returning an exit code,
        and in a predictable return value position.
        However, both for backward compatibility and usability,
        the OUTPUT slurping results remain the primary return value,
        followed by the ERROR-OUTPUT slurping results, followed by the exit code.
        So far, no one was using multiple values in SLURP-INPUT-STREAM methods,
        so no one will regret that, except people who might have somehow expected
        the old weird behavior of a return code when OUTPUT is NIL or :INTERACTIVE.
      * As another API tweak and improvement, keyword options are now specified
        separately for each of your I/O designators, by putting them your designator
        in a list. A list also distinguishes a string as input from a namestring
        to designate a pathname, i.e. :input '("bar") is the string literal,
        whereas :input "bar" is the file named bar.
      Several fixes and extensions to stream support.
      Only tested so far on Linux x64 with
      ccl clisp sbcl ecl ecl_bytecodes cmucl abcl allegro allegromodern xcl
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