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- To: BUG-LISP at MIT-AI
- Subject: DEFVST
- From: Edward Barton <EB at MIT-AI>
- Date: Sat, 23 Feb 80 09:45:00 GMT
- Original-date: 23 February 1980 04:45-EST
Maybe someone can tell me what is wrong in the following example.
I can't seem to find it myself.
Let the file T1 contain the following:
(eval-when (eval compile)
(or (status feature defvst)
(defvst foo a b c)
(defun foo-1 ()
Let the file T2 contain the following:
(defun foo-2 ()
Suppose I compile T1 and load it into a LISP, then load T2
(source) into the same LISP. FOO-1 will return a FOO, while
FOO-2 will load DEFVST and VSAID and give an error
(PLIST 'FOO) in that LISP reveals a STRUCT=INFO property that
has STRUCT-TYPEP true of it.