Starting November 9th, common-lisp.net's Gitlab instance has implemented a more open account policy, allowing anyone with a GitHub or Google account to create an account on our instance.

At the same time, the login policy has started to require 2-factor authentication (2FA).

See https://mailman.common-lisp.net/pipermail/clo-devel/2018-October/001232.html for discussion.

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    • Francois-Rene Rideau's avatar
      Fix and tweak the .asd files · c09b3664
      Francois-Rene Rideau authored
      Include definition for call-without-redefinition-warnings in asdf.asd
      since we don't depend on loading uiop.asd anymore.
      
      Also tweak the #+asdf3 and #+asdf3.1 options in the main defsystem
      so there is only a couple conditional markers per version,
      making the file more readable.
      
      Revise some comments.
      c09b3664
    • Robert P. Goldman's avatar
      Bump version to 3.3.2.5 · 8ffa6386
      Robert P. Goldman authored
      8ffa6386
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    • Eric Timmons's avatar
      Change apply to funcall in expansion of define-package · 21e3a85b
      Eric Timmons authored
      SBCL has been getting aggresive with checking arguments to functions. For some
      reason (as of SBCL 1.4.1), setting the package source location in define-package
      seems to trigger a source translation for the apply form that ends up producing
      (many) compilation notes that the arguments to ensure-package in the keyword
      positions are not constant, weakening keyword argument checking. We can get
      around that, however, by using a funcall directly.
      21e3a85b
    • Eric Timmons's avatar
      Evaluate sb-c:source-location after macroexpansion · ed0f4d5e
      Eric Timmons authored
      Tested on SBCL 1.4.4. If sb-c:source-location is evaluated during macro
      expansion, then the source location will always point to asdf.lisp (inside the
      define-package macro). If it is evaluated after macro expansion, it points to
      the right place.
      ed0f4d5e
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