[CLJCLR-3] Clojure.Compile treats compile path of "." as the Clojure install path Created: 16/May/12 Updated: 12/Mar/13 Resolved: 12/Mar/13
|Reporter:||Neal Groothuis||Assignee:||David Miller|
ClojureCLR 1.3.0 on Windows 7.
When I run Clojure.Compile.exe on a .clj file in the current directory, it claims that it is "Compiling program to .", but no assemblies appear. After a bit of searching, I discovered that the output assemblies are being dropped into the directory containing Clojure.Compile.exe!
(This is a duplicate of https://github.com/richhickey/clojure-clr/issues/55, but it's unclear whether we should report things here or there.)
|Comment by Neal Groothuis [ 16/May/12 4:36 PM ]|
Ah-ha: it appears that this is a duplicate of https://github.com/richhickey/clojure-clr/issues/52, and the behavior was changed in e002ef3. However, it still appears to be at odds with the desired behavior noted at http://clojureclr.blogspot.com/2012/01/compiling-and-loading-in-clojureclr.html; i.e., *compile-path* is still being ignored.
|Comment by David Miller [ 12/Mar/13 8:26 AM ]|
back in January, 2012.