Given a displaced array like the value returned by map-file-to-ivectorthe function array-displacement returns the underlying array and the displacement index in elements. As long as the file remains open, programs can read values from the file by reading addresses in the mapped range.
Because the code coverage information is associated with compiled functions, code coverage information is not available for load-time toplevel expressions. The functions set-fpu-mode and get-fpu-mode provide user control over floating-point behavior.
Floating-point exceptions are generally enabled and detected. You might do this while running a test suite, to record the coverage for each test, for example: If you save an image in which you have done this, the resulting Lisp system is your tool rather than a Lisp development system.
The displaced array returned by map-file-to-ivector hides this overhead, but it's usually more efficient to operate on the underlying simple 1-dimensional array.
So for example if you have outer-form Tthere is one exception to the conversion of macptr to dead-macptr objects: The single file might be easier to distribute or install, and loading it may be slightly faster than loading the individual files since it avoids the overhead of opening and closing each file in succession.
Any attempt to dynamically rebind var signals an error. It also describes extensions to the standard; that is, features of Clozure CL that are not part of the Common Lisp standard at all.
Because a macptr object is a pointer into a foreign heap that exists for the lifetime of the running Lisp process, and because a saved image is used by loading it into a brand new Lisp process, saved macptr objects cannot be relied on to point to the same things when reconstituted from a saved image.
To allow interrupts, use with-interrupts-enabled. Returns a sequence of ccl: The HTML report will show a list of tags, and allow selection of an arbitrary subset of them to show the coloring and statistics for coverage by that subset. The following accessors are defined for ccl: Compiling files will generate code coverage instrumentation if ccl: Clozure CL does not currently support writing data to memory-mapped files.
Given a displaced array like the value returned by map-file-to-ivectorthe function array-displacement returns the underlying array and the displacement index in elements. This chapter describes ordinary user-level features of Clozure CL, including features that may be part of the Common Lisp standard, but which may have quirks or details in the Clozure CL implementation that are not described by the standard.
If you save an image in which you have done this, the resulting Lisp system is your tool rather than a Lisp development system. You can create an application by modifying the running Lisp until it does what you want, then use save-application to preserve your changes and later load them for use.
Once the image is fully restored, the Lisp system is running. If you later pass your image file to the Clozure CL kernel as a command-line parameter, it then loads your image file instead of its default one, and Clozure CL starts up with your modifications.
A value of t means to prepend the lisp kernel binary that the lisp started with.
Doesn't affect the current coverage state. When you start Clozure CL, you are launching the kernel, which then locates and reads an image file, restoring the archived image in memory.
If reset is true the defaultit also resets incremental coverage now, so that the next call to get-incremental-coverage will return the delta from this point.
For example if in a previous session you had loaded "foo.>> I got the error: "attempt to write a readonly database" after a commit. >> I figured out, that the wsimarketing4theweb.com file on the server has only write >> permissions for my college.
Apr 10, · sqlite[S8]: attempt to write a readonly database Showing of 4 messages.
sqlite[S8]: attempt to write a readonly database: Adam Jensen: post commit FS processing had error: sqlite[S8]: attempt to write a readonly database Is this a known problem?
I see wsimarketing4theweb.com might be the problem: svn mkdir svn://wsimarketing4theweb.com Reply: Adam Jensen: "Re: sqlite[S8]: attempt to write a readonly database" Contemporary messages sorted: [ by date ] [ by thread ] [ by subject ] [ by author ] [ by messages with attachments ] This is an archived mail posted to the Subversion Users mailing list.
sqlite[S8]: attempt to write a readonly database. Hi, I am *very* new to svn. I just set up a server (svnserve, version (r)) on OpenBSD post commit FS processing had error: sqlite[S8]: attempt to write a readonly database Is this a known problem? I see wsimarketing4theweb.com cd project-C/trunk touch foo svn add foo svn.
[wsimarketing4theweb.com] · SVN Dev · SVN Users · SVN Org · TSVN Dev · TSVN Users · Subclipse Dev · Subclipse Users · this month's index svn: attempt to write a readonly database This message: [ Message body ] [ More options ]. IMHO it could be more advisable to just sudo to the user owning wsimarketing4theweb.com files (i.e.
jenkins, subversion, etc.) – ATorras Mar 21 '17 at add a comment | up vote 0 down vote.Download