[pro] Sensible interpretation of declarations in CLOS
vsedach at gmail.com
Tue Oct 30 00:31:52 UTC 2012
> In an ideal world, yes, but ECL must currently stick to an environment (C)
> which does not allow for dynamic recompilation (no clang embedded yet).
A bit off-topic, but have you ever tried compiling ECL with TCC? That
seems to be the best C compiler for use as a linkable library, but it
only has machine code generators for a few platforms.
It seems that not having a compiler around is a not unusual property
for Common Lisp deployment (ECL, Parenscript, Thinlisp, commercial
implementations, older implementations) and is something that the ANSI
standard is IMO too strict in requiring.
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