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- To: bug-lisp at MIT-AI
- Subject: Complr bug
- From: DEWOLF at WPAFB-AFAL
- Date: Wed, 25 Jul 79 21:53:00 GMT
- Original-date: 25 Jul 1979 (Wednesday) 1653-EST
From: Tim Finin at U. of Illinois
I'm forwarding you the following bug report:
From George[1000,170] on July 25, 1979 at 11:22 AM
Tim, a bug in the compiler:
if you say "(declare (notype (foo ? ? 2)))" then say (at top level)
"(array foo t 40 24 2)", subsequent functions are compiled as if
the array foo is never going to change (i.e., you get illegal mem ref's).
This doesn't happen if the "(array ...)" is placed at the end of the file.
Just thought you might want to know. --geo
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