On Fri, Oct 05, 2001 at 08:25:09AM +0400, Alexey Dejneka wrote:
> Here are three small patches for LOOP.
> 1. Variable *LOOP-DESTRUCTURING-HOOKS* is checked three times, but set
> nowhere: remove.
> 2. Declare WITH-introduced variables. The following code should signal
> an error:
> (defun test ()
> (loop with (a . b) of-type float = '(5 . 5)
> return (list a b)))
> 3. Bug 103: compound form must follow INITIALLY, FINALLY, DO.
Thank you. They're in my working version of sbcl-0.pre7.44. I'll check
in once I finish rebuilding and re-running tests.
My tests caught one small problem, a missing argument in
+ (loop-error "Compound form expected, but ~S found."))
William Harold Newman <william.newman@...>
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