[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

[no subject]

The current LISP still has the new bug that I reported earlier where
Autoload interrupts are queued up rather than being run if interrupts are
deferred.  It seems to happen if INHIBIT is -1,,0 as well.  KMP will try
and track down a minimal case.  Needless to say, it's completely useless
for AUTOLOAD "interrupts" to be EVER deferred.  If one is about to be deferred,
it would be FAR, FAR better to immediately give an error.  The only problem is
that the error will also lose, as witness the UNDEFINED-AFTER-AUTOLOAD error
that happens when the interrupt is queued.  The old LISP did not have this
bug.  I'm reasonably sure I didn't change anything in the vicinity.  Will
whoever did so please look at it?