Another year, another blog. Well, in this case I'd already setup another
Coleslaw instance some time ago, but didn't bother to actually fix
some issues. It's still not the best setup, but it's fixable. Removing all
mentions of Quicklisp (because in the way it's used it should rather be
replaced by ASDF dependencies) and all
COMPILE-FILE statements would be a
start (because in my setup the
git user won't have permissions to write FASL
files in that directory).
But the point stands: A fix for both of these issues is not obvious. An
additional ASD file for each plugin is a bit wasteful, but probably one of the
better options, apart from the need to register plugins.
more complicated. However maybe not using compilation explicitely would be
enough to fix this in the short run.
And it badly needs a theme, any theme, at least something different from the standard one.