"Tobias C. Rittweiler" <tcr@...> writes:
> "Tobias C. Rittweiler" <tcr@...> writes:
>> WITH-STANDARD-IO-SYNTAX binds *READTABLE* to SB-IMPL::*STANDARD-READTABLE*,
>> which may then possibly get modified.
>> Even though it is verboten by the spec to modify the standard-readtable,
>> I think it'd best if SBCL tried to save a user from shooting in his foot
>> by signalling an error in such a case.
> Instead of signalling an error, signalling a warning may be considered
> to be a better choice. What do you think?
I'd signal an error, with reference-condition mixin pointing to the
place in the standard which specifies that modifying the standard
readtable is an error.