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Make-system can get confused over which files need loading.
- To: BUG-LISPM at MIT-AI
- Subject: Make-system can get confused over which files need loading.
- From: Daniel Weise <Daniel at MIT-AI>
- Date: Tue ,22 Dec 81 11:46:00 EDT
In System 78.27, ZMail 38.4, Local-File 30.4, Experimental DAEDALUS 29.1, microcode 837, on Lisp Machine Eight:
How does MAKE-SYSTEM figure out which files need loading? I have a
system NODES where all the files have recent qfasl's. (make-system
'nodes) gets everything loaded properly. (make-system 'nodes ':compile)
yields no files to be recompiled, as expected. However,
QC-FILE-LOAD'ing a file of the system (I did this with a file in the
last module, which nothing depends on, if that makes any difference)
confuses make-system as to which files need loading-- (make-system
'nodes) after the qc-file-load will ask to load the file which was just
loaded. This happens regardless of whether the file was changed before