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Inspecting PCL objects in Franz.
Date: Fri, 26 Oct 90 13:52:47 CDT
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (John Collins)
I tried the same example, and here is the result:
<USER 1> (defclass ship () (a b))
#<Standard-Class SHIP 104241016>
<USER 2> (setq b (make-instance 'ship))
<USER 3> (inspect b)
SHIP instance @ #xf9eb6e = #<SHIP 76365556>
0 Class --------> PCL::STANDARD-CLASS instance = .long item.
1 A ------------> The symbol :|Unbound Slot|
2 B ------------> The symbol :|Unbound Slot|
 <cl> :pop
My configuration is
LISP-IMPLEMENTATION-TYPE: Allegro CL
LISP-IMPLEMENTATION-VERSION: 3.1.13 [Sun4] (4/24/90)
Allegro Composer: Composer Final 188.8.131.52 (4/19/90 17:15)
pcl::*pcl-system-date* : "5/22/89 Victoria Day PCL"
Either there is something different about the way PCL is configured
for Composer, or you must not have something set up correctly. The
Composer window inspector also works.
Your right about something in my lisp not being setup correctly. I tried what you
did in a fresh image and got the same results. I'll have to fish around some more.