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Bug#341266: marked as forwarded (Portable Aserve compilation problems wi

Subject: Bug#341266: marked as forwarded Portable Aserve compilation problems with MCL 5.0
From: Debian Bug Tracking System
Date: Fri, 09 Dec 2005 11:48:17 -0800
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has caused the Debian Bug report #341266,
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From: Peter Van Eynde <[email protected]>
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Subject: Re: Bug#341266: Portable Aserve compilation problems with MCL 5.0
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I received this MCL related bugreport for the debian package of 

On Tuesday 29 November 2005 18:58, Thomas Russ wrote:
> Package: cl-portable-aserve
> Version: 1.2.42+cvs.2005.08.05-5
> The main distribution of portable Aserve does not compile using MCL
> v5.0.
> The problem is in the file acl-compat/packages.lisp
> There is conditionalized code for (and mcl (not openmcl)) which
> performs a shadowing import of symbols into CCL.  But SHADOWING-
> IMPORT is a function, not a macro.  That means it needs to be wrapped
> in an EVAL-WHEN form, otherwise the import is not done at compile
> time and the subsequent DEFPACKAGE of gray-streams fails.

Groetjes, Peter

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