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bug#32769: Packaging Next browser (Common Lisp) [work in progress]

From: Andy Patterson
Subject: bug#32769: Packaging Next browser (Common Lisp) [work in progress]
Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2018 01:51:20 -0400

Hi Pierre,

On Thu, 11 Oct 2018 12:44:43 +0200
Pierre Neidhardt <address@hidden> wrote:

> You were right, this was the issue.  I've posted a patch upstream, it
> should be fixed soon.
> Now Next compiles.  Hurray!!! :D


> There is one last step though: the .asd bunble works, but not the
> "build-program".
> See the wip-nextbrowser for what I've tried.  I've re-used the code
> from Stumpwm.
> I narrowed down the issue to the "generate-executable" function:
> [...]
> The problem is that Next's system is called "next/gtk", but we cannot
> use that as an out-file.  If I use something else, say "next", then
> compilation fails with
> --8<---------------cut here---------------start------------->8---
>   Component :NEXT not found, required by #<SYSTEM "next-exec">
> --8<---------------cut here---------------end--------------->8---
> I guess there is a flaw in the logic here.  The system name should be
>       #:asd-system-name
> and not
>       (name (basename out-file))
> What shall we do?

That seems right.  I guess we'll need to update that and then maybe
also normalize the generated asd.  Doesn't seem like it'd be too
difficult; there just weren't enough examples of program-generating
systems for this to get caught.

Thanks for the update,


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