Adding spinneret to quicklisp-to-nix-systems.txt

Hi all,

I’m trying to update the nyxt pkg in a local tree. The newer 2.2.0 tag has a dependency on the quicklist system spinneret which seems to be having difficulties figuring out how to get that integration fixed up.

After some mangling, I’m trying to figure out why quicklisp-to-nix is failing. The docs suggest using quicklisp-to-nix-system-info to figure out why the system is failing to install.

Here goes:

nix-shell --pure --run 'quicklisp-to-nix-system-info  --verbose spinneret'
[ a few lines removed ]
Compiler SBCL 2.1.2.nixos
; Fetching #<URL "http://beta.quicklisp.org/dist/quicklisp/2021-04-11/systems.txt">
; 356.79KB
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365,350 bytes in 0.02 seconds (16217.60KB/sec)
; Fetching #<URL "http://beta.quicklisp.org/dist/quicklisp/2021-04-11/releases.txt">
; 482.50KB
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494,076 bytes in 0.02 seconds (19300.62KB/sec)
Discarding version information (VERSION METATILITIES-BASE 0.6.0)
WARNING: Discarding version information (VERSION METATILITIES-BASE 0.6.0)
Failed to extract system info. Details are below. Run with --debug and/or --verbose for more info.
overwriting old FUN-INFO
  #<SB-C::FUN-INFO
    :ATTRIBUTES (FOLDABLE FLUSHABLE UNSAFELY-FLUSHABLE MOVABLE)
    :TEMPLATES (#<SB-C::VOP-INFO
                  :NAME NUMERIC-CHAR=
                  :ARG-TYPES ((:CONSTANT . CHARACTER)
                              (:OR #<PRIMITIVE-TYPE :NAME CHARACTER>))
                  :RESULT-TYPES ((:OR
                                  #<PRIMITIVE-TYPE
                                    :NAME SB-VM::UNSIGNED-BYTE-64>
                                  #<PRIMITIVE-TYPE
                                    :NAME SB-VM::UNSIGNED-BYTE-63>
                                  #<PRIMITIVE-TYPE
                                    :NAME SB-VM::POSITIVE-FIXNUM>))
                  :LTN-POLICY :FAST-SAFE
                  :COST 1
                  :NOTE "inline constant numeric-char="
                  :INFO-ARG-COUNT 1>)>
for NUMERIC-CHAR=
; 
; compilation unit aborted
;   caught 1 fatal ERROR condition

And here I kinda am getting lost. It looks like FUN-INFO is being overwitten and failing. Any ideas? Am I totally headed in the wrong direction?