On Fri, Feb 1, 2013 at 8:17 PM, Faré <fahree@gmail.com> wrote:
On SBCL, CCL, and more, when a forward reference is detected, it is
assumed to be a function. If defined later as a function, the warning
is dropped. If redefined later as a macro, that's a warning. If still
not defined by the end of the compilation-unit, that's a
style-warning.

Right now ECL does not do any of that. I am not sure whether they are useful at all. If people ask for it, I might implement it, but does not seem like a great feature for a dynamic language as CL.

Juanjo

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