On Thu, Feb 19, 2015 at 12:48 PM, Faré <fahree@gmail.com> wrote:
On Wed, Feb 18, 2015 at 10:40 PM, Eitaro Fukamachi <e.arrows@gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for quick replies.
>> Actually, this feature is already available, I believe, through the
>> :HERE directive in the configuration language.
>> This was something we added for the case that I found common, where
>> there would be a project directory tree, with all the required code in
>> subdirectories, and a master configuration file at the root.*
> It is a little bit different from what I wanted to do.
> I'm trying to run a one-liner sbcl command with adding a specific directory
> to source registry.
> Though CL_SOURCE_REGISTRY looks perfect for the purpose, it must be a string
> and doesn't accept relative pathnames.
If the string starts with a ( it is read, and can contain :here. 

> # copying from my first email
> # doesn't work
> CL_SOURCE_REGISTRY=. sbcl --eval '(princ (asdf:system-source-directory
> :myapp))'
What's wrong with $PWD ?
Because it's longer than ".".
In shell world, people always aware of CWD and expect apps accept both of relative/absolute paths.

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