From: Helmut Eller <heller@co...> - 2010-07-26 08:07:30
* Raymond Toy [2010-07-25 22:06+0200] writes:
> On 7/25/10 8:47 AM, Helmut Eller wrote:
>> The functions ERS, WRS, and RRS call ERROR resp. WARN with empty
>> strings. This is annoying when working with Slime. I propose to change
>> that: instead of printing the messages to *error-output* and calling
>> ERROR with an empty string it's better to pass the message to ERROR and
>> let the compiler print it. The patch below does that.
> Yes, this is much better. Patch applied.
This needs an additional fix: LET doesn't work; it must be CL:LET.
Apparently LET is defined later. Shadowing half of the special forms
is quite confusing :-)