[Ecls-list] ? how to access process properties.

Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll juanjose.garciaripoll at googlemail.com
Mon Apr 5 07:10:11 UTC 2010

The list cannot be directly manipulated from lisp, other than by the
logical-pathname-translations functions.

If you want to touch the fields you can use compiled code and c-inline, as

(ffi:c-inline () () :object "cl_core.whatever" :one-liner t)
(ffi:c-inline (x) (:object) :object "cl_core.whatever = #0" :one-liner t)

On Mon, Apr 5, 2010 at 2:03 AM, james anderson <james.anderson at setf.de>wrote:

> good evening;
> is there a standard method to access the fields of the cl_core
> process descriptor?
> in particular pathname_translations.
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