on Monday, December 15, 2008, 4:51:13 AM Robert wrote:
> On 12/14/08, Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll
> <juanjose.garciaripoll@...> wrote:
>> As pointed before, one possibility is to use notinline declarations.
>> However, since Maxima is a very big program, it might be more useful
>> to use a different level of DEBUG:
> Thanks, changing the DEBUG level seems to have the desired effect.
> I can change it file-by-file by putting (DECLAIM (OPTIMIZE (DEBUG 2)))
> or something like that at the top of the file.
> Is there a way to change it for every file, by, let's say,
> telling the compiler to process some expression (like the one above)
> as if it were part of each file?
As far as I understand, PROCLAIM (and thus DECLAIM) has global effect,
not limited to one file. If you call (PROCLAIM (OPTIMIZE (DEBUG 2)))
before compilation of the system, it will be in effect for all
the files compiled after that (if not overridden in some of these