Quicklisp beta

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(Anonymous)

Er.. my issue is "unscientific". First, I don't use asdf, so I just can be wrong in assessing what's going on with loading asdf. Second, my issue is not a bug report in a strong sense.

What I did: I downloaded all three files from quicklisp-bootstrap, open a setup.lisp in LW via open file, then did Evaluate Buffer. When there were errors, I did the same procedure -- opened the rest two files and evaluated them.

p.s. about asdf. I just content with custom "load.lisp" files solution for my projects. Why should I add one more code to my projects (asdf) if the "load files" solution work just fine. And if I'm not mistaken, based on you survery, asdf isn't that popular. And I have a hunch that asdf if mostly popular among sbcl users...

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That's not how you install Quicklisp. To install Quicklisp, download and load http://beta.quicklisp.org/quicklisp.lisp into your CL. Github doesn't come into play for installation, only for hacking. I don't expect many people to hack Quicklisp like that.

If load.lisp works for you, great. I don't want to use libraries that aren't loadable via ASDF.

You're wrong about the survey. No questions were related to ASDF.

(Anonymous)

Now it works. I needed to delete the directory in %users% that was created previously in the failed attempts. Thanks :)

P.S. About asdf. Let's say it's a matter of taste. You like it, I see no point in it.

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(Anonymous)

Tested also on LW6.0.1 Linux 32bits. Works fine. :) Thanks again!

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