> * In message <m28z44squh.fsf@...>
> * On the subject of "keyword args"
> * Sent on 21 Jul 2002 23:39:34 +0200
> * Honorable Marco Baringer <empb@...> writes:
> let's pretend you want to write a lisp function which takes keyword
> args. you put in LISPFUN(...(kw(foo))) in the proper .d file and you
> put the same thing in subr.d and you compile, yet the keyword args
> don't exist! so you look things over again, and again, and again, and
> then you notice that the description of LISPFUN in lispbibl.d is wrong
> but you aren't sure and so you try again, and again, and again. then
> you see a small file called subrkw.d with some really weird syntax,
> and bingo. bingo?!? where the hell did this file come from? ARG!
I do not like it that you are removing the docs from lispbibl.d.
let us leave this alone.
in general, if you are adding FOO which is similar to BAR, it helps to
- grep the sources for BAR
- look at the ChangeLog record of what files were changed when BAR was added
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