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- To: masinter.pa@Xerox.COM
- Subject: issue LOAD-TIME-EVAL
- From: Eric Benson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sun, 8 Jan 89 18:37:56 pst
- Cc: email@example.com, masinter.pa@Xerox.COM, firstname.lastname@example.org
- In-reply-to: masinter.pa@Xerox.COM's message of 6 Jan 89 16:23 PST <890106-162449-1426@Xerox>
Date: 6 Jan 89 16:23 PST
I don't want to give anyone an idea that they can use #n= and #n# in code
with impunity. I'd like to outlaw it.
Can your compiler deal with
(list '#1=(a b . #1#))?
I tried compiling that and got a stack overflow.
This is a separate problem, covered by one of those many compiler
cleanup issues that have almost the same name (I think there's one
with the words CONSTANT and CIRCULARITY in it). By the way, Lucid's
compiler has no problem with the example you give.