Friday, August 19, 2011

Fixed: cl-unicode compilation

cl-unicode contains a few files which contain literal values which - when serialized to a string - result in strings larger than 64kB. Until today, this was a problem for ABCL because the limit for a constant string in a java class file is 64kB and all serialized objects used to be stored that way.

Today, this issue was fixed by storing strings over 64kB as resource files in the JARs being generated. The result is that cl-unicode and the libraries it is a dependency for - such as cl-interpol - can now successfully be compiled using ABCL.

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