[parenscript-devel] in-package and Parenscript compilation

Red Daly reddaly at gmail.com
Thu Aug 26 23:37:41 UTC 2010

I bet a few of us have in-package implemented in user libraries.  Mine
is in paren-util.  I don't see the harm in including
in-package/use-package in Parenscript proper.

If you deal with Parenscript files a lot, you might want to take a
look at my paren-files library, which will compile Parenscript and
Javascript files into a single string with appropriate dependencies.


On Thu, Aug 26, 2010 at 2:43 PM, Alessio Stalla <alessiostalla at gmail.com> wrote:
> Greetings,
> I'm approaching Parenscript and I must say I'm really impressed by
> this library. Kudos to the developers! But I find one thing missing:
> the Parenscript stream/file compiler does not understand in-package
> forms like the CL file compiler does; rather, it reads all the forms
> in the package which is current at the time it gets called. This makes
> it slightly inconvenient to compile Lisp files which need to be read
> in a certain package, and completely impossible to handle files which
> change *package* mid-file (which is generally not a good idea, but
> still it's possible in CL).
> I'm attaching a patch against src/compilation-interface.lisp to make
> the compiler behave like the CL one; comments are welcome.
> Regards,
> Alessio Stalla
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