[Ecls-list] Re: EVAL-WHEN gets out of control
marcoxa at cs.nyu.edu
Thu Nov 1 10:37:15 UTC 2001
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> Remitente: Marco Antoniotti <marcoxa at cs.nyu.edu>
> Fecha: Miércoles, Octubre 31, 2001 5:42 pm
> > Speaking of which... I remember hacking a bit of the old EcoLisp in
> > order to get FError and friends to accept conditions (which at the
> > time I stealed from CMUCL implementation).
> > What is the status of the condition system in ECLS?
> It has been fully integrated. All error messages are passed through
> FEcondition() or FEerror(), and then they jump to the si::universal-
> error-handler function, which is implemented in src/clos/conditions.lsp
> This file belonged to the original ECoLisp, it is Kent Pitman´s
> implementation but it was not integrated in ECoLisp as much as it is
> The problem is that the core C library knows little about CLOS and
> therefore the conditions.lsp file can only be loaded at the end, after
> the lisp library, PCL and the compiler have been loaded.
Good to know.
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