:sockets Version 0.3 is out and
SBCL (Steel Bank
Common Lisp, forked from CMUCL about a year
one brave William Newman, and has a reproducable build
According to the CL standard,
to read the
number of bytes you ask for, not just block until it gets
and read those. It seems that the only way to get
Unix-style "block until something is available and return it
it's short" is to write it yourself using READ-CHAR
If this is true, CMUCL gets it
Rewrote :sockets tests until they work even with a
gets it right.
I was right about having broken it for CMUCL,
incidentally, but it
was a trivial fix
dhd is getting sexpual
Ankh may be claiming
hurts the open source community, or may be claiming that
might want to claim that. I should probably not rise to
But, for the record, I don't. I did laugh at (but didn't
the esr dimwit-fest, on the other hand.
yakk, the weird diary
observe is probably a result of people editing their past
I read the non-coding
contributions article and was going to follow up
this is stunningly obvious?''. Am moderately taken aback to
hear that in
many projects it's not - but then, other people's projects
have several orders of magnitude more users than mine.
:sockets version 0.3 - download it and be the
second user! I'll reply to your mail, promise ...