Small adjustments to load sequence #1

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I'm finally getting around to using the new aserve, and in the process experimenting with github's forking capability...here are some very small changes that you might want to incorporate.

Thanks. I'm making a equivalent change, but a little different. (Moving the in-package to after the introductory comments.)

I'm guessing you didn't really want me to take this change. It would break a good deal of things. I'm guessing you were just testing out github/git and pull requests.

I haven't used the pull requests much either. Weirdly, after I comment on a commit, I can't find the original pull request anywhere (I had to use the browser back button a bunch to find this commit after I commented on the other one). I must be missing something...

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mtravers replied Mar 17, 2011

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franzinc commented Mar 17, 2011

Can you elaborate on what "conflicts with other things" means?

Well, the examples interfered with my own pages, for instance. I don't
remember the details, but surely the normal usage would be to run without
the examples loaded. I don't know about webactions but if I'm not using it
I'd prefer not to load it.

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Can you elaborate on what "conflicts with other things" means?

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franzinc commented Mar 17, 2011

The examples aren't loaded. They're only used to make a source distribution.

If you load load.cl and call make-aserve.fasl, it will make a concatenated fasl that has only aserve. That's the recommended way to load aserve, and it's a lot more efficient since you don't need to compile anything.

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franzinc commented Mar 17, 2011

Btw, I meant that it will create an aserve.fasl, which you can load and it will only have aserve in it.

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franzinc commented Oct 19, 2016

I'm going to close this because the preferred way to load aserve is to load aserve.fasl, which does not contain the examples. load.cl is for development and it's a very good thing to know that the examples compile and load.

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