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break on find-class
- To: email@example.com
- Subject: break on find-class
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Giuliano Armano)
- Date: Thu, 27 Jun 1996 14:10:14 +0100
while loading a (compiled) file containing CLOS method-definitions I get a
break. A sample of loading follows:
### START ###
;; Loading of file /users/armano/learning/FASL/exception/bc-envir.fasl is finish
;; Loading file /users/armano/learning/FASL/exception/bc-excep.fasl ...
;; Loading file /users/armano/learning/FASL/exception/bc-class.fasl ...
;; Loading file /users/armano/learning/FASL/exception/bc-defmh.fasl ...
;; Loading file /users/armano/learning/FASL/exception/bc-defcl.fasl ...
;; Loading file /users/armano/learning/FASL/exception/bc-exmpl.fasl ...
;; Loading file /users/armano/learning/FASL/exception/bc-slots.fasl ...
;; Loading of file /users/armano/learning/FASL/exception/bc-slots.fasl is finish
;; Loading of file /users/armano/learning/FASL/exception/bc-exmpl.fasl is finish
;; Loading of file /users/armano/learning/FASL/exception/bc-defcl.fasl is finish
*** - FIND-CLASS: EXAMPLES-META does not name a class
### END ###
a - "bc-defcl.fasl" contains CLOS class definitions
b - "bc-defmh.fasl" contains CLOS methods definitions
c - find-class is called within the following defconstant (defined in
(strip 'examples :from (slots-names (find-class 'EXAMPLES-META))))
["strip" is a simple function that basically acts like "remove"]
d - "EXAMPLES-META" is defined as a class in "bc-defcl.lisp"
The break can be avoided loading the SOURCE file "bc-defcl.lisp" first, and
then reloading all FASL files ("bc-defcl.fasl" included). Of course this is
definitively not the best way to get a program loaded. I would greatly
appreciate any suggestion concerning (how to avoid) the above problem.
Giuliano Armano, Assistant Professor,
DIEE, Univ. of Cagliari, Piazza d'Armi, 09123 Cagliari, Italy
Tel. +39-70-675.5878 FAX 675.5900 e-mail: email@example.com