The specified functions are exported from package ASDF.
will read the configuration and initialize all internal variables.
You may extend or override configuration
from the environment and configuration files
with the given PARAMETER, which can be
nil (no configuration override),
or a SEXP (in the SEXP DSL),
a string (as in the string DSL),
a pathname (of a file or directory with configuration),
or a symbol (fbound to function that when called returns one of the above).
will initialize output translations in a way that maps every pathname to itself, effectively disabling the output translation facility.
undoes any output translation configuration
and clears any cache for the mapping algorithm.
You might want to call this function
before you dump an image that would be resumed
with a different configuration,
and return an empty configuration.
Note that this does not include clearing information about
systems defined in the current image, only about
where to look for systems not yet defined.
checks whether output translations have been initialized. If not, initialize them with the given PARAMETER. This function will be called before any attempt to operate on a system.
Applies the configured output location translations to PATHNAME
ensure-output-translations for the translations).
Every time you use ASDF’s
anything that uses it (that may compile, such as
ensure-output-translations is called with parameter
which the first time around causes your configuration to be read.
If you change a configuration file,
you need to explicitly
which will cause the initialization to happen next time around.