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o *FILENAME-ENCODING* was never getting set. Fix that. (From Paul Foley.) o While we're here, canonicalize *FILENAME-ENCODING* using the actual external format name.
Correct docstring, from HEAD.
Correct docstring for OCTETS-TO-STRING to reflect what actually happens.
Merge changes from 20b-pre2.
code/extfmts.lisp o Add some comments from Paul Foley on what arguments to DEF-EF-MACRO mean.
code/extfmts.lisp o Add new ef-macro index for octets-to-string-counted. (Forgot to do that before.) bootfiles/20a/boot-2010-08-1.lisp: o Use this to bootstrap the change (using a cross-compile.)
Merge fixes for fast-read-char-string-refill from the 20b-branch.
Fix yet another bug in the FAST-READ-CHAR-STRING-REFILL. This shows up when running the word break test in i18n/tests/word-break-test.lisp. extfmts.lisp: o Return the number of characters that were actually converted instead of the position of the starting point of the output string. stream.lisp: o In FAST-READ-CHAR-STRING-REFILL, sometimes, we'll only read one octet into the octet buffer, and the octet will be the first octet of a multi-octet character. If this happens, we need to try to read some more octets in so that the call to FAST-READ-CHAR-STRING-REFILL can return a character. We only retry once. If this still fails to read enough octets to form a character, we're hosed since we don't check for this. (Should we?) Need to refactor this code a bit too.
Merge fix from HEAD to fix trac #36: file-position wrong.
Fix file-position bug in trac #36. We add an array to keep track of the octets consumed for each character. This array is used to figure out the file position. Some tests comparing this scheme indicates a very small slowdown of about 1%, so this seems not to hurt. Use a cross-compile using the 2010-07 snapshot to build this. (Same procedure as used to build the 20b-pre1 release.) struct.lisp: o Add new slot OCTET-COUNT to LISP-STREAM to hold the array of octets per character. extfmts.lisp: o Add OCTETS-TO-STRING-COUNTED, which is like OCTETS-TO-STRING, except we need an array in which to store the number of octets consumed for each character processed. fd-stream.lisp: o Create the octet-count array creating the lisp stream string buffer. o In FD-STREAM-FILE-POSITION, use the octet count to count the number of octets that have been read but not yet returned to the user. stream.lisp: o Use OCTETS-TO-STRING-COUNTED instead of OCTETS-TO-STRING so we keep track of octet length of each character processed.
Merge fixes from trunk to silence some compiler notes and fix bug in utf-16-be and utf-16-le.
extfmts.lisp: ascii.lisp: iso8859-1.lisp: iso8859-2.lisp: mac-roman.lisp: utf-16.lisp: utf-32-be.lisp: utf-32-le.lisp: utf-32.lisp: utf-8.lisp: o Inhibit warnings about funcalls to error (fdefinition of symbols). I'm tired of seeing the warnings. utf-16-be.lisp: utf-16-le.lisp: o Inhibit warnings about funcalls to error (fdefinition of symbols). I'm tired of seeing the warnings. o Fix bug in FLUSH-STATE: need to call the OUT function, not the ,OUTPUT function!
Merge some change from HEAD to keep compiler quieter when compiling external formats.
Inhibit warnings around funcalls to error. This was generating too compiler noise for something we don't really care if it's slow.
Add a documentation slot to external formats so that we can give a little information about the format. Provide a means to get a list of external formats and to display the documentation. bootfiles/20a/boot-2010-07-1.lisp: o Use this bootstrap file when doing a normal build. code/exports.lisp: o New functions: - Add LIST-ALL-EXTERNAL-FORMATS to list all available external formats and their corresponding aliases. - Add DESCRIBE-EXTERNAL-FORMAT to print some information about the given format. o Add docuemntation slot to defstruct EXTERNAL-FORMAT. o Change DEFINE-EXTERNAL-FORMAT macro. Adds :DOCUMENTATION keyword to specify the documentation. Add :BASE keyword indicate that the external format is based on another format. (Previously, this wasn't needed, but is somewhat incompatible with adding a documentation string.) o Change DEFINE-COMPOSING-EXTERNAL-FORMAT to include :documentation keyword to specify the documentation for the format. o Minor reindentation of some docstrings. o Make sure documentation strings for external format are marked for translation; wrap other strings with intl:gettext to explicitly mark them for translations. o Add docstring for VOID and ISO8859-1 external formats. code/exports.lisp: o Export the new symbols LIST-ALL-EXTERNAL-FORMATS and DESCRIBE-EXTERNAL-FORMAT. Import into EXTENSIONS package. docs/cmu-user/unicode.tex: o Update docs to include LIST-ALL-EXTERNAL-FORMATS and DESCRIBE-EXTERNAL-FORMAT. o Update docs for DEFINE-EXTERNAL-FORMAT and DEFINE-COMPOSING-EXTERNAL-FORMAT to match implementation. general-info/release-20b.txt: o Update external-formats/*.lisp: o Update with docstrings. o Add :BASE keyword where needed.
extfmts.lisp: o Add a simple function it list all external formats. o Add some docstrings. o Correctly indent some s-exps. exports.lisp: o Update package definitions to export new LIST-ALL-EXTERNAL-FORMATS.
o Fix issue with decoding error call. The error function takes 3 args. o Generate different error messages for surrogate code points and code points that are too large.
extfmts.lisp: o Revert previous incompatible change to STRING-DECODE and STRING-ENCODE. Change the keyword parameters back to optional parameters, and make the error parameter the last one. fd-stream.lisp: o Update use of STRING-ENCODE.
extfmts.lisp: o Update comments for the various slots in DEFINE-EXTERNAL-FORMAT. fd-stream.lisp: o Declare the types for the CHAR-TO-OCTETS-ERROR and OCTETS-TO-CHAR-ERROR slots in FD-STREAM. o Update docstrings for MAKE-FD-STREAM and OPEN for :DECODING-ERROR and :ENCODING-ERROR parameters.
code/extfmts.lisp: o Add error parameter to flush-state in external format definition so we can handle errors when flushing the state to a stream. o Add optional error parameter to flush-state macro. code/fd-stream.lisp: o For the case where an external format has flush method, EF-FLUSH was not calling it correctly. Update so the output function actuall works. o Add error handler to call to flush-state. o For the case where an external format does not have a flush method, output the state value instead of a replacement character so the external format can handle any errors.
code/extfmts.lisp: o Pass the error handler on for composed external formats. code/fd-stream.lisp: o Forgot to pass the error-handler to char-to-octets in EF-COUT. o In MAKE-FD-STREAM slightly change handling of encoding-error and decoding-error: - If :encoding-error is a character, then the external format will use that character whenever an encoding error happens instead of the default (internally specified by the external format). - If :decoding-error is a character, then the external format will use that character whenever an encoding error happens instead of the default (internally specified by the external format). If :decoding-error is T, then a cerror is signaled; if continued, the Unicode replacement character (#\U+FFFD) is used. o Fix bug in OPEN: The :decoding-error and :encoding-error keyword parameter was placed in the &aux section by mistake.
code/extfmts.lisp: o The optional error parameter doesn't need to be optional in DEFINE-EXTERNAL-FORMAT, EF-STRING-TO-OCTETS, EF-OCTETS-TO-STRING, EF-ENCODE and EF-DECODE. code/fd-stream.lisp: o Update comments for char-to-octets-error and octets-to-char-error. o Forgot to pass the error handler to char-to-octets in EF-SOUT and EF-STRLEN.
Implement more of the external format error handlers. code/extfmts.lisp o Call the error handler for iso8859-1 output. o In OCTETS-TO-CODEPOINT and CODEPOINT-TO-OCTETS, call the external format with the error argument. o In OCTETS-TO-CHAR - Call OCTETS-TO-CODEPOINT with the error handler. - For all of the error conditions, call the error handler if defined. o Add error parameter to EF-STRING-TO-OCTETS and EF-ENCODE so we can handle errors. Call CHAR-TO-OCTETS with the error handler. o Add error parameter to STRING-TO-OCTETS and use it. o Add error parameter to EF-OCTETS-TO-STRING and EF-DECODE so we can handle errors. Call OCTETS-TO-CHAR with the error handler. o Add error parameter to OCTETS-TO-STRING and use it. o In STRING-ENCODE and STRING-DECODE, call the ef function with the error handler. o Change STRING-ENCODE to use keyword args instead of optional args. Add error parameter and use it. code/fd-stream-extfmt.lisp: o Tell OCTETS-TO-STRING about the error handler stored in the fd-stream. code/fd-stream.lisp: o OPEN, MAKE-FD-STREAM, and OPEN-FD-STREAM get DECODING-ERROR and ENCODING-ERROR keyword arguments for specifying how to handle decoding and encoding errors in external formats. code/stream.lisp: o Make sure the error handler is called in FAST-READ-CHAR-STRING-REFILL. pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/utf-8.lisp: o Initial cut at calling the error handler for the various possible invalid octet streams for a utf-8 encoding.
Add initial support for signaling errors in external formats. o All external formats need an extra required argument for the error handler. o Add optional error parameter to OCTETS-TO-CODEPOINT, CODEPOINT-TO-OCTETS, OCTETS-TO-CHAR, and CHAR-TO-OCTETS.
Change uses of _"foo" to (intl:gettext "foo"). This is because slime may get confused with source locations if the reader macros are installed.
Remove _N"" reader macro from docstrings when possible.
Merge intl-branch 2010-03-18 to HEAD. To build, you need to use boot-2010-02-1 as the bootstrap file. You should probably also use the new -P option for build.sh to generate and update the po files while building.
Merge changes from HEAD, update po files.
Wrap the call to compile-from-stream in WITH-STANDARD-IO-SYNTAX to ensure that we can compile the external format correctly no matter what the user might have done to readtable and other variables. This supersedes the previous change that just bound *readtable* to the standard read table.
Bind *readtable* to the standard table when compiling the external format in case the user has set a non-standard readtable that can't process the external format.
Restart internalization work. This new branch starts with code from the intl-branch on date 2010-02-12 18:00:00+0500. This version works and LANG=en@piglatin bin/lisp works (once the piglatin translation is added).
Mark translatable strings; update cmucl.pot and ko/cmucl.po accordingly.
Add (intl:textdomain "cmucl") to the files to set the textdomain.
Merge changes from unicode-string-buffer-impl-branch which gives faster reads on external-formats. This is done by adding an additional buffer to streams so we can convert the entire in-buffer into characters all at once. To build this change, you need to do a cross-compile using boot-2009-10-1-cross.lisp. Using that build, do a normal build with these sources. For a non-unicode build use boot-2009-10-01.lisp with a 20a non-unicode build. code/extfmts.lisp: o Add another slot to the extfmts for copying the state. o Modify EF-OCTETS-TO-STRING and OCTETS-TO-STRING to support the necesssary changes for fast formats. This is incompatible with the previous version because the string is not grown if needed. code/fd-stream-extfmt.lisp: o Set *enable-stream-buffer-p* to T so we have fast streams. code/fd-stream.lisp: o Add new slots to support fast strams. o In SET-ROUTINES, initialize the new slots appropriately. o Update UNREAD-CHAR to be able to back up in the string buffer to unread. o Add implementation to copy the state of an external format. code/stream.lisp: o Change %SET-FD-STREAM-EXTERNAL-FORMAT to be able to change formats even if we've already converted the buffer with a different format. We reconvert the buffer with the old format until we reach the current character. Then the remaining octets are converted using the new format and stored in the string buffer. o Add FAST-READ-CHAR-STRING-REFILL to refill the string buffer, like FAST-READ-CHAR-REFILL does for the octet in-buffer. code/struct.lisp: o Add new slots to hold the string buffer, the current index, and length. These are needed for the fast formats. code/sysmacs.lisp: o Update PREPARE-FOR-FAST-READ-CHAR, DONE-WITH-FAST-READ-CHAR, and FAST-READ-CHAR to support the string buffer. code/string.lisp: o Microoptimization of SURROGATEP to reduce the number of branchs. general-info/release-20b.txt: o Update with these changes pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/utf-16-be.lisp: pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/utf-16-le.lisp: pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/utf-16.lisp: o These formats actually have state, so update them to take a handle an initial state. These are needed if the string buffer ends with a leading surrogate and the next string buffer starts with a trailing surrogate. The conversion needs to combine the surrogates together.
o Update docstring for OCTETS-TO-STRING to match the implementation. o Use AREF instead of BREF in EF-OCTETS-TO-STRING.
Merge changes from unicode-string-buffer-branch.
extfmts.lisp: o Add another ef slot to hold a copy-state function. boot-2009-10-1-cross.lisp: o Silently change stream::+ef-max+ here. o Note that this is for the unicode-string-buffer-branch.
In OCTETS-TO-STRING, correct the computation of the end of the string. (It caused an error if the string were not given.)
extfmts.lisp: o Allow caller to specify a state so octets can be converted in batches with the appropriate state between them. stream.lisp: o Call OCTETS-TO-STRING with the appropriate state from the stream. o Better declarations in FAST-READ-CHAR-STRING-REFILL.
Add docstring for SET-SYSTEM-EXTERNAL-FORMAT.
o Use bref instead of aref in EF-OCTETS-TO-STRING. (Generated code is smaller and better. Probably some issue with register allocation and vop selection.) o Use SAFETY 0 in EF-OCTETS-TO-STRING, depending on OCTETS-TO-STRING to do the correct things. With these changes, utf16 is now the same speed is 20a, and utf8 is much faster than 20a.
Declare some variables to get rid of some compiler notes.
Merge changes to OCTETS-TO-STRING from unicode-string-buffer-branch.
Change OCTETS-TO-STRING to take two extra arguments to specify the start and end indices of the string where the characters should be placed. The string is no longer adjusted in size if there are more octets than space available in the string.
Merge changes from the release-20a branch.
o Simplify EF-OCTETS-TO-STRING and OCTETS-TO-STRING. o Update docstring for OCTETS-TO-STRING to mention that a given string may be adjusted in size.
Merge changes from 20a branch.
o Fix typo in comment. o Change EF-OCTETS-TO-STRING to detect end of input if the octet array doesn't have enough octets for the very last character. The index of the last octet is returned as the third value. o Update OCTETS-TO-STRING for the change in EF-OCTETS-TO-STRING. A third value is returned to indicate where we stopped reading from the octet array.
Merge changes from 20a-pre1 (tag release-20a-pre1) to trunk.
o Use lisp:codepoint type as needed. o Add docstrings for STRING-TO-OCTETS and OCTETS-TO-STRING.
o Fix up doc for DEFINE-EXTERNAL-FORMAT. o Add doc for COPY-STATE. o Document DEFINE-COMPOSING-EXTERNAL-FORMAT.
Fix issue with file-string-length where computing the length changed the state of the external format when it shouldn't. code/extfmts.lisp: o Add new slot to hold function to copy the external-format state. o Update DEFINE-EXTERNAL-FORMAT to allow COPY-STATE function. o Add macro to run the copy-state function. code/fd-stream.lisp: o In ef-strlen, save the fd-stream co state before computing the length and restore the state afterwards. pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/utf-16.lisp: pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/utf-32.lisp: o Add copy-state function to copy the state. (I think these are the only formats that have a state for output.)
Add support for flushing out any state in an external format when closing an output stream. This causes things like (with-open-file (s "foo" :direction :output :external-format :utf-8) (write-char #\u+d800 s)) to output the replacement character instead of creating an empty file. code/extfmts.lisp: o Add new slot to efx structure to hold the function to flush the state in an external format. o Add accessor for the flush-state slot. o Update DEFINE-EXTERNAL-FORMAT to allow specifying the flush function. o Add macro to call the flush-state function. o Added +EF-FLUSH+ o Use vm::defenum to name the constants instead of the hand-written values. o Export +REPLACEMENT-CHARACTER-CODE+ o Document the slots in an efx stucture. code/fd-stream.lisp: o Add ef-flush def-ef-macro to flush the state of an external format when closing an output file. If ef-flush-state is NIL, we just call EF-COUT to send out the replacement character. Otherwise, the flush-state function is called to handle it. o When closing an output character stream, call ef-flush to flush any state before flushing the buffers of the stream. o Document the unicode slots in an fd-stream. code/exports.lisp: o Export +REPLACEMENT-CHARACTER-CODE+
Illegal surrogate sequences (leading surrogate without trailing surrogate or a lone trailing surrogate) get replaced with the replacement character.
o Put some comments back in. o Put back some unicode/unicode-bootstrap conditionals.
Compile and load the external format code.
Fixes from Paul Foley: o Standard streams no longer change formats when *default-external-format* changes. Use stream:set-system-external-format instead, or (setf external-format). o char-to-octets properly handles surrogate characters being written. o Makes simple-streams work again. This change needs to be cross-compiled. 2009-07 binaries work for cross-compiling using the 19e/boot-2008-05-cross-unicode-*.lisp cross-compile script.
code/extfmts.lisp: o Move the +ss-ef-foo+ constants to here from strategy.lisp, and update them so they don't overlap with existing +ef-foo+ constants. o Update +ef-max+ accordingly. pcl/simple-streams/impl.lisp: o Use +ss-ef-str+ instead of +ef-str+ in simple-stream-strlen. pcl/simple-streams/strategy.lisp: o Comment out +ss-ef-foo+ constants. o Use +ef-max+ instead of +ss-ef-max+, which is no longer defined. o Fix bugs in %dc-write-chars-fn: - Use ef variable - Need to call flush-out-buffer, not flush-buffer for dual-channel streams.
Update STRING-ENCODE and STRING-DECODE to handle surrogate pairs correctly. Previously, each surrogate was converted individually. This is wrong; they should be treated as a single codepoint that is converted.
Fix FILE-STRING-LENGTH to handle unicode streams. From Paul.
Fix bug introduced when converting tables from hashes to ntries. From Paul Foley. This makes mac-roman and derived external formats work once again.
Merge Unicode work to trunk. From label unicode-utf16-extfmt-2009-06-11.
code/extfmts.lisp: o Add +replacement-character-code+. pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/utf-16-be.lisp: pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/utf-16-le.lisp: pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/utf-16.lisp: pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/utf-32-be.lisp: pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/utf-32-le.lisp: pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/utf-8.lisp: o Use +replacement-character-code+ instead of the literal.
Oops. The codepoint type is in the Lisp package.
code/char.lisp: o Define CODEPOINT-LIMIT o Define CODEPOINT type code/extfmts.lisp code/string.lisp ode/unidata.lisp pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/utf-32.lisp pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/utf-8.lisp o Use the CODEPOINT type in declarations.
string.lisp: o Add SURROGATEP function to test if something is a surrogate value. extfmts.lisp: utf-16-be.lisp: utf-16-le.lisp: utf-16.lisp: utf-32-be.lisp: utf-32-le.lisp: utf-32.lisp: utf-8.lisp: o Use SURROGATEP.
code/extfmts.lisp: o Add docstrings for STRING-ENCODE and STRING-DECODE docs/cmu-user/unicode.tex: o Add documentation for STRING-ENCODE and STRING-DECODE.
Be sure to open the aliases file and the external format implementations using :iso8859-1 format, in case *default-external-format* is something else.
Update from Paul to make the external formats that use invert-tables uses tries instead of a hash table. code/extfmts.lisp: o Change (unsigned-byte 31) to (unsigned-byte 21). (Should probably add a codepoint deftype for this.) o Use a trie instead of a hash-table for the invert-table stuff o Fix a typo in a comment. pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/iso8859-2.lisp: pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/macroman.lisp: o Use a trie
o Fix typo o Put local variables onto &aux list.
A nicer implementation of OCTETS-TO-CHAR from Paul.
string.lisp: o Add Paul's SURROGATES-TO-CODEPOINT and remove CODEPOINT-FROM-SURROGATES. o Change SURROGATES to return characters, not numbers. o Update callers of SURROGATES to match. extfmts.lisp: o Update callers of SURROGATES to match. o Use CODEPOINT to extract the correct codepoint from a string in EF-STRING-TO-OCTETS and EF-OCTETS-TO-STRING.
Update OCTETS-TO-CHAR so that it can return codepoints outside the BMP. In this case, the first char returned is the high surrogate value. A subsequent call returns the low surrogate value. This is done by making the state be a cons whose car is for OCTETS-TO-CHAR for its own state and whose cdr is the state for the external format. (Idea based on a suggestion by Paul.)
Fix up comment. External formats now do really work on code points, not code units. The conversion from code points to code units (and vice versa) is done at a higher level.
pcl/simple-stream/external-formats/utf-8.lisp: o Revert to the previous version where the UTF-8 external format produces full 21-bit codepoints. code/extfmts.lisp: o Modify EF-STRING-TO-OCTETS to process code points and convert them to code units to be stored in our strings. o Modify EF-OCTETS-TO-STRING to convert code units from the string to codepoints for processing by the external format. These need more work, especially with respect to Lisp characters/codeunits, but utf-8 appears to be working fine with surrogate pairs.
Add some comments for the macro DEFINE-EXTERNAL-FORMAT.
Compile the external format. Use compile-from-stream so we don't leave fasls lying around.
More updates from Paul. code/extfmts.lisp: o Fixed bug with shared code between formats o Built a cache into the ef-macro functions so it doesn't need to call find-external-format so often at runtime code/fd-stream-extfmt.lisp o Use the changes in code/extfmts code/fd-stream.lisp: o Removed all the commented-out code in fd-stream which is duplicated in fd-stream-extfmt.
code/extfmts.lisp: o Bind *DEFAULT-EXTERNAL-FORMAT* to :iso8859-1 when compiling the new external format code. Then messages from the compiler at least have a chance of getting printed. o Removed *compile-verbose*, *compile-progress*, and *gc-verbose*, since the compiler messages are working now. (Should we leave them in?) pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/utf-8.lisp o Revert back to previous version, without LOCALLY.
Turn off *compile-verbose*, *compile-progress*, and *gc-verbose* to minimize output messages when compiling the external format. There's a problem if COMPILE wants to produce output and the external format isn't completely setup yet. (Seems only to be a problem when you change *default-external-format*.) This is a workaround. There ought to be a better solution. This change doesn't solve every issue since compiler notes are still output sometimes.
More updates from Paul. fd-stream-extfmt.lisp actually implements the external formats which now work. Cross-compile works fine. code/fd-stream-extfmt.lisp: o New file implementing external formats tools/worldcom.lisp: o Compile extfmts.lisp before fd-stream, since fd-stream uses some macros from extfmts. o Compile fd-stream-extfmt tools/worldload.lisp: o Load fd-stream-extfmt at the end. (Can't load it as part of kernel.core. Not enough is set up yet.) code/extfmts.lisp: o Avoid loading files, etc., early in the boot sequence o Add INVERT-TABLE function needed by some formats. code/fd-stream.lisp: o Some cleanups (I think) o Fix EOF handling
code/lispinit.lisp: o Revert previous change, preserving order of initialization. Changes from Paul to allow building of the new code from non-unicode version: code/extfmts.lisp code/fd-stream.lisp
Oops. Fix typo (missing paren).
Oops. Don't know how to read #\U+FFFD yet. Use (code-char #xfffd) instead.
More external format support from Paul Foley. To get external format support I think you need to add :extfmts to *features*. But you can't bootstrap with that feature yet. Initial support for pathname translations to so that namestrings can be converted to an appropriate format before being given to the OS. Many, many new external formats added. These changes are all on their own branch for now, until the bootstrap issue is resolved. And also so we don't lose these changes from Paul.
Sync to HEAD branch.
Update from Paul: I've moved some slots out of external-format so they can be shared between external-formats that are identical in all but some variables. Also fixed a bug in octets-to-string that made it return one character short, and used char-code-limit instead of #x100 to determine when octets-to-char returns a "?", so now it'll work without change on 8 or 16 bit lisps.
Merge changes from HEAD for the ext-formats search-list change.
Create a new search-list "ext-formats" that is initialized to "library:ext-formats/". This makes it easier to add new directories where external formats can be found. The previous use made it difficult because the formats had to be in the subdirectory ext-formats. save.lisp: o Create and initialize new search-list. extfmts.lisp: o Use the new search-list instead of "library:ext-formats/".
Merge changes from HEAD to the unicode-utf16 branch.
New external format stuff from Paul. bootfiles/19e/boot-2008-06-1.lisp: o Use this bootfile to compile the change in external-format structure. Just needed to get rid of a restart when compiling pcl. code/exports.lisp: o Renames ENCODE-STRING to STRING-ENCODE. Similarly for DECODE-STRING. code/extfmts.lisp: pcl/simple-streams/impl.lisp: pcl/simple-streams/strategy.lisp: pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/iso8859-1.lisp: pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/utf-8.lisp: pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/void.lisp: o Updated for new external format. I think the main change is not having to do a funcall for each character. pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/aliases o New file describing different names for external formats. pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/crlf.lisp: o New file for composing external format for CR/LF pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/utf-16-be.lisp: pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/utf-16-le.lisp: o New files supporting UTF-16 BE and LE formats. tools/make-main-dist.sh: o Copy over the new files and the aliases file too.
Update from Paul Foley. o Disable package errors when loading up external formats. o A minor patch allowing string-to-octets and vice versa to write into a preallocated array (though they might still allocate a bigger one if necessary), o Fix up any confusion between simple-base-string and simple-string so that nothing breaks when/if they're not the same.
Import Paul Foley's external-formats support. New files: o code/extfmts.lisp o pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/iso8859-1.lisp o pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/void.lisp code/exports.lisp: o Export the new symbols STRING-TO-OCTETS, OCTETS-TO-STRING, *DEFAULT-EXTERNAL-FORMAT*, ENCODE-STRING, and DECODE-STRING from the STREAM package o Make the symbols in the EXT package too. pcl/simple-streams/internal.lisp: o Move the implementation of STRING-TO-OCTETS and friends to a new file (extfmts.lisp). pcl/simple-streams/external-formats/utf-8.lisp: o New implementation. tools/make-main-dist.sh: o Create new target directory to hold external formats o Copy all of the external formats to the new directory. tools/pclcom.lisp: o Compile new code tools/worldcom.lisp: o Compile code/extfmts.lisp tools/worldload.lisp: o Load code/extfmts.lisp
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