On Tuesday, Dec 2, 2003, at 17:55 America/New_York, Christophe Rhodes
> Marco Antoniotti <marcoxa@...> writes:
>> On Thursday, Nov 27, 2003, at 23:18 America/New_York, Daniel Barlow
>>> I imagine that it will break on SBCL source unless you set up some
>>> packages and reader macros and so on: src/cold/chill.lisp is probably
>>> a good place to start
>> It also breaks on vanilla Lispworks. Something in the low level
>> reading routines.
> We are talking about different things.
> Daniel is referring to the fact that Albert will fail to assign
> symbols to the right packages when documenting SBCL source code,
> because of the package renaming that occurs (and the idiom in SBCL
> source which does
> (in-package "SB!IMPL")
> (defmacro defconstant-eqx ...)
> where because of the existing package structure defconstant-eqx is
> actually SB-INT:DEFCONSTANT-EQX and not SB-IMPL::DEFCONSTANT-EQX)
> You appear to be talking about a bug in either Lispworks or Albert,
> which would best be reported either to the Lispworks team or to the
> Albert author.
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