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Re: Has defgeneric been implemented yet?
- To: coulman%SKSON1.USask.CA@CORNELLC.cit.cornell.edu
- Subject: Re: Has defgeneric been implemented yet?
- From: Gregor.pa@Xerox.COM
- Date: Wed, 14 Jun 89 17:10 PDT
- Cc: CommonLoops.PA@Xerox.COM
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Date: Wed, 14 Jun 89 01:00:29 CST
I can't seem to find defgeneric. Is it me, or has it not been
implemented yet? If not, is there an ETA for it? I am using the
12/7/88 version of PCL.
In the release you have, DEFGENERIC is not implemented. In Victoria Day
PCL, there is a version of DEFGENERIC which basically does nothing.
In the version of PCL running on my desk, there is a version of
DEFGENERIC which can be used to specify the method combination
type and the argument precedence order (yes, method combination
and argument precedence order have been implemented). Once some
more of the bugs get out, this will be released. Hopefully this
will happen sometime early next week, but these are pretty big
changes to PCL.