On 29-Jun-09, at 4:39 AM, Leslie P. Polzer wrote:
> I'm not sure how serious these style warnings are or whether the time
> elapsed is unusually high but when I run float.pure.lisp as part of
> whole test suite (i.e. by just running run-tests.sh without any arg)
> I get
> a heap exhaustion after a long wait following
> ; caught STYLE-WARNING:
> ; The return value of NREVERSE should not be discarded.
> When running SBCL with a DSS of 1024 the memory suffices.
> This is 188.8.131.52 on GNU/Linux x86.
Does inserting (gc :full t) before (with-test (:name :float-
arithmetic) ...) suffice to fix that problem? It is a fairly large
function (once inlining is taken into account). If not, I'll modify
the test case to compile into more, smaller, chunks.