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compile-stale-libraries compiles too many files #602

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larceny-trac-import opened this Issue Jul 28, 2013 · 2 comments

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larceny-trac-import commented Jul 28, 2013

Reported by: will on Sat Dec 27 13:34:25 2008
Requested by Marco Maggi.

I cannot use compile-stale-libraries
when there are the following files in the same
directory:

compat.ikarus.sls
compat.larceny.sls
compat.ypsilon.sls

Larceny attempts to compile all of them, not only
the "larceny.sls" one.

Will proposes we add a more selective version of
compile-stale-libraries that takes a list
of files that contain libraries or top-level
programs and compiles only the libraries on which
those files depend, and only if the libraries look
stale.

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Workaround added by changeset a1d8e73

The .larceny.sls hack is a hack, but it is now a more sensible hack.

There's more to be done, but I'm lowering the priority and changing the milestone.

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WillClinger commented May 14, 2016

Workaround added by changeset a1d8e73

The .larceny.sls hack is a hack, but it is now a more sensible hack.

There's more to be done, but I'm lowering the priority and changing the milestone.

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We have added alternative facilities that compile fewer libraries and provide more control.

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WillClinger commented Jul 13, 2017

We have added alternative facilities that compile fewer libraries and provide more control.

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