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Date: Mon, 11 May 1992 08:34-0600
From: David Emme <Emme@Tweety>
Subject: Exporting a Symbol in a Patch File
Character-Type-Mappings: (1 0 (NIL 0) (NIL :ITALIC NIL) "CPTFONTI")
(2 0 (NIL 0) (NIL :BOLD NIL) "CPTFONTCB")
Fonts: CPTFONT, CPTFONTI, CPTFONTCB
I'm trying to figure out a foolproof incantation within a Genera patch file to do the
1. Define a new function F in package A.
2. Export symbol F from package A.
3. Change an existing function in package B to reference function F as an external
symbol in package A ... that is, A:F.
For example, I have a patch file of the following form:
;;; -*- Mode: LISP; Syntax: Common-lisp; Package: USER; Base: 10; Patch-File: T -*-
;;; Patch file for Private version 0.0
"-*- Syntax: Common-lis1p0; Mode: LISP; Default-character-style: (:FIX :ROMAN :NORMAL); Package: GANTT; Lowercase: Yes -*-")
(defun 2rename 0(old-name new-name &key (must-be-current t))
(export '(gantt::rename) "gantt"))
"-*- Syntax: Common-lisp;1 0Package: AISIS;1 0Mode: LISP; Default-character-style: (:FIX :ROMAN :NORMAL); Lowercase: Yes -*-")
(defun 2create-mediated-gantt-chart 0(new-schedule-start-ut new-schedule-duration
&key model-major-class gi-data)
(gantt:rename :foo :bar)
If I reboot, load the appropriate systems, then load this patch file, I get some message
to the effect that I'm trying to reference external symbol gantt:rename which has not been
exported. I made sure that gantt:rename was exported in my world when I compiled the
patch file, but still no go. What's the secret??