[slime-devel] STYLE-WARNING/NOTE distinction

Christophe Rhodes csr21 at cam.ac.uk
Fri Oct 17 17:34:50 UTC 2003


SBCL pays careful attention to the distinction between a STYLE-WARNING
(a condition strong enough to warrant returning from COMPILE-FILE with
WARNINGSP set) and a compiler note (generally an optimization note,
but sometimes a code deletion note or something similar), which aren't
counted as warnings.

Attached is a patch to implement this.  I know cmucl doesn't have this
distinction; I'm unsure as to whether OpenMCL does, so I've just
implemented it for SBCL; the behaviour of other lisps should be

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