fouvry at CoLi.Uni-SB.DE
Thu Jan 15 05:55:00 UTC 2004
,-- El Wed, 14 Jan, Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll escribió :
| On Tuesday 13 January 2004 19:57, Frederik Fouvry wrote:
| > It is reported that
| > (defparameter *foo* 42)
| > (defun bar ()
| > (let ((*foo* 42))
| > ...))
| > gives problems when compiling (ecl9c). Has this been fixed in
| > the meantime?
| I have tested this code both with ecl0.9c and the latest CVS version. More
| precisely, I compiled and loaded and executed this without problems:
| (defparameter *foo* 42)
| (defun bar ()
| (let ((*foo* 43))
| (print *foo*)))
| AFAI remember, ecl never had problems handling special variables. Maybe the
| problem lays somewhere else in the code.
Thanks. The report I had also said something about non-X3J13
compliance causing problems, but without any details. I don't
know whether the above was an illustration of that or not. (I'm
not _that_ well-versed in Lisp).
Anyway, we're continuing trying to fix the problem. (The
original problem is that an ECL-compiled function returns without
BTW: any hints on debugging (e.g. function calls) apart from the
artisanal format(), print() and friends?
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