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- To: email@example.com, Tod Casasent <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Re: arg-list
- From: Michael Burks <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 27 Sep 1993 01:30:22 -0400 (EDT)
- Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org (Info MCL)
- In-reply-to: <9309270413.AA00299@bukko.bk.tsukuba.ac.jp>
Excerpts from internet.listserv.info-mcl: 27-Sep-93 Re: arg-list by Tod
> > I think he means the names of the arguments, as opposed to:
> > ARG0 ARG1 OPT0
> > I would like to know this too.
> If this is the case, I think the below works:
> (setf (arglist <symbol>) (arglist>)
> where <symbol> is the name of the function and <arglist> is the
> Also, see page 342 of the MCL Reference. I think this should probably be
> wrapped in an eval-when.
This is kind of what I wanted.
I have a machine with tons-o-memory. I want every function that gets
compiled to have the arglist set to the names *I* use in the function
definition. In the case of methods, I suppose the most general would be
appropriate. At this point, I have surmised that there is no switch
that I can flip to make this happen.
I think I can hack the eval-function and eval-buffer commands to do the
- Re: arg-list
- From: Tod Casasent <email@example.com>