2009/5/21 Nathan Froyd <froydnj@...>:
> I just built HEAD-ish on powerpc-linux and received a style-warning
> about THREAD-DISTRIBUTION-HANDLER being undefined. The function
> itself lives under a large #+(or x86 x86-64), but the use of it is not
> similarly conditioned. Should its use be conditionalized or is it
> safe to define THREAD-DISTRIBUTION-HANDLER unconditionally? (I
> presume the same sort of error shows up on other platforms...clearly
> not that many non-x86-oid users and/or users of sb-sprof on
> non-x86-oid platforms...)
...and clearly SB-SPROF doesn't test itself when it is built...
But yes, I do think it should be defined unconditionally -- on
non-threaded platforms it just calls UNIX-KILL with SIGPROF.