Um. Am I going mad?
In src/compiler/main.lisp, the use and definition of
COMPILE-MAKE-LOAD-FORM-INIT-FORMS don't match. I don't know what the
correct patch is (I presume removing the second argument in the call,
but that's just a guess), so I'll just point this out and let someone
more qualified fix it...
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http://www-jcsu.jesus.cam.ac.uk/~csr21/ (defun pling-dollar
(str schar arg) (first (last +))) (make-dispatch-macro-character #\! t)
(set-dispatch-macro-character #\! #\$ #'pling-dollar)
From: William Harold Newman <william.newman@ai...> - 2002-03-09 04:50:47
On Fri, Mar 08, 2002 at 03:46:58PM +0000, Christophe Rhodes wrote:
> Um. Am I going mad?
No, probably not, just becoming bewildered by my behavior. Sorry.
> In src/compiler/main.lisp, the use and definition of
> COMPILE-MAKE-LOAD-FORM-INIT-FORMS don't match. I don't know what the
> correct patch is (I presume removing the second argument in the call,
> but that's just a guess), so I'll just point this out and let someone
> more qualified fix it...
The changes in 0.7.1.32 seem to've messed it up, and there was nothing
in the regression tests to exercise that path through the code, so I
checked it into CVS without realizing the problem. I dunno whether
rebuilding SBCL with itself exercises that control path, because I
neglected to install either .32 or .33 in /usr/local/* after checking
them into CVS.
I've fixed the arg list mismatch in 0.7.1.35, and added a new
MAKE-LOAD-FORM test in tests/dump.impure-cload.lisp to try to make it
less likely that future CVS checkins will have MAKE-LOAD-FORM as badly
broken as this.
Thanks for pointing out the problem.
William Harold Newman <william.newman@...>
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my own head with a spade, then upgrading to mechanical digger maybe won't
help..." -- Graham Perkins <gperkins@...> in comp.lang.eiffel
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