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Lisp interrupt handlers?
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Lisp interrupt handlers?
- From: John Wroclawski <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 14 Nov 90 1:22:58 EST
- Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm trying to write something that does interrupt-level callbacks into
Lisp (to handle IO completion routines) via defpascal. Despite being
careful about consing, locking memory, and so on, I am getting
precisely what I deserve, which is that the program usually works
but occasionally does something impressively random. So, I assume
functions defined with defpascal count on being called only when Lisp
is the active application (did I mention that this needs to run under
Multifinder?), and don't set up the lisp environment.
Anybody managed to do this? Or, could anyone describe _exactly_ what
defpascal does? Anything need to be set up other than A5, the value
stack pointer, NILREG, and TREG?? Whee.
Thanks much for any help....