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From: Kevin Rosenberg <kevin@ro...> - 2004-06-29 00:05:48
I believe Kalle is correct in his assessment.
Kalle Olavi Niemitalo wrote:
> Package: sbcl
> Version: 0.8.21+truly.0.8.11-1
> Severity: minor
> * (let ((a t) (b t) (c t) (d t))
> (setf (values (values a b) (values c d)) (values 1 2 3 4))
> (list a b c d))
> (1 2 3 4)
> If I understand CLHS section 22.214.171.124 correctly, the result should
> be (1 NIL 2 NIL) instead.
Kevin Rosenberg <kevin@...> writes:
> I believe Kalle is correct in his assessment.
So do I. I've merged a fix for this into sbcl-0.8.12.11.
Thanks for the report,
http://www-jcsu.jesus.cam.ac.uk/~csr21/ +44 1223 510 299/+44 7729 383 757
(set-pprint-dispatch 'number (lambda (s o) (declare (special b)) (format s b)))
(defvar b "~&Just another Lisp hacker~%") (pprint #36rJesusCollegeCambridge)
From: Kevin Rosenberg <kevin@ro...> - 2004-06-29 15:24:55
Christophe Rhodes wrote:
> So do I. I've merged a fix for this into sbcl-0.8.12.11.
Wow, thanks for the rapid fix.
... Gates told journalists that Microsoft's patching process
compares well with competitor, "You know, the time - the average
time - to fix on an operating system other than Windows is
typically ninety to a hundred days," said Gates. "Today we have
that down to less than forty-eight hours."
This rapid SBCL fix shows yet another reason that Gates continues to
avoids direct comparison of his compiler to SBCL in his public