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Re: Quick question about lexically scoped defun...
Date: Thu, 7 Jul 88 20:43 PDT
All the complexity in that function is to be able to ask an intelligent
question. If you don't want the question asked, replace it with:
(DEFUN ENCLOSE-TOP-LEVEL (LAMBDA ENV NAME)
I agree that there should be a parameter to control this.
I had a function that was defined in a non null lexical environment.
I first compiled it and got the apropriate warning to which I
answered Yes. I then made the above change to ENCLOSE-TOP-LEVEL
and recompiled the function. I got this compiler warning:
Compiling DEFINE-CLAUSE-SET SIMPLE-EXAMPLE
For Function SIMPLE-EXAMPLE-2
Function SIMPLE-EXAMPLE-2 is being redefined with an unsafeguarded definition.
Its previous definition was safeguarded.
What does this mean? Will non-null lexical environments work now?
I cannot reproduce this. However, you can safely ignore the warning.
Please send me a complete example which generates the warning.