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- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: warnings
- From: donc@ISI.EDU (Don Cohen)
- Date: Mon, 18 Jul 94 11:50:05 -0700
- Posted-date: Mon, 18 Jul 94 11:50:05 -0700
I notice this is a problem for C - the build of clisp produces
thousands of compiler warnings.
I don't think that whether a function (generic or otherwise) has been
called before has much to do with whether you want a warning.
Warnings are already defined as a subclass of errors (a subclass of
conditions) - you can establish handlers for that class or any subclass.
I hope there are some useful classes defined, like redefinition warnings.
There's some detail on this in CLtL2 p. 912-913.