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[bug#33311] [PATCH] gnu: Drop non-sbcl lisp support from Stumpwm 2018.05

From: Pierre Langlois
Subject: [bug#33311] [PATCH] gnu: Drop non-sbcl lisp support from Stumpwm 2018.05.
Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2018 17:01:40 +0000
User-agent: mu4e 1.1.0; emacs 26.1

Hi Oleg,

Oleg Pykhalov writes:

> Hello Pierre,
> Apologies for not getting attention to this patch for a long time.  Also
> thank you for working on StumpWM package!  I've succeeded to build and
> run it. Please, take a look onto my notes about your patch below.

Oh that's no problem at all, there's no rush :-). Thanks for taking a

> Pierre Langlois <address@hidden> writes:
>> I'm in the process of switching back to StumpWM as my main window
>> manager, and when taking a look at the package, I realised we still
>> supported non-sbcl builds while upstream dropped them after version
>> 1.0.0 [0].  So since StumpWM now only supports sbcl, I thought we should
>> just rename it to "stumpwm" instead of "sbcl-stumpwm", as that's
>> redundant.  And then we can keep the ecl-stumpwm variant, but downgraded
>> to 1.0.0
> […]
>> [0]:
> Is there a reason to preserve an unmaintained ECL variant of StumpWM? My
> guess is StumpWM users will stick to SBCL upstream version. Also
> according to ‘M-x build-farm b =j ecl-stumpwm-18.05.x86_64-linux’
> package is failed to build for a long time.  WDYT?

The only reason I kept it around is I assumed some people cared since it
was there to begin with, I'm happy to remove it.  What about the pure CL
source version, should I remove that one too? I guess it doesn't hurt to
keep it.

By the way, I need to take a look at the emacs build-farm package, I
hadn't realised you could do that, that's pretty cool!

I'll update the patch.


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