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An interesting puzzle, or bug in CLISP?
- To: clisp-list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: An interesting puzzle, or bug in CLISP?
- From: Marcus Daniels <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 18 Jul 1995 00:28:26 GMT
>>>>> "Mark" == M Thomas <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Mark> Now suppose I modify the PRINT-OBJECT method very slightly,
Mark> replacing the format directive `~C' by the format directive
Mark> `~A'. The result is a file I'll call `bad.lsp'.
I don't get this ~C/~A problem with 1995-06-23. I see it quoted
in the .fas file.
Mark> The punch line is that the _interpreted_ versions `good.lsp' and
Mark> `bad.lsp' both work, but the _compiled_ version `bad.fas' is
Mark> incorrect. Apparently the Lisp constant object denoted by !(a b
Mark> c) in the source code `bad.lsp' is stored incorrectly in
Mark> `bad.fas', resulting in the following misbehavior:
For me, your '!(a b c) example doesn't compile without errors.
Would something like this do what you want?
#'(lambda (s c)
`(make-instance 'foo :char ,c :form ',(read s T NIL T))