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- To: (BUG LISP) at MIT-MC
- From: JPG at MIT-MC (Jeffrey P. Golden)
- Date: Wed, 4 Jun 80 10:22:00 GMT
- Cc: CWH at MIT-MC, JIM at MIT-MC, GJC at MIT-MC, JPG at MIT-MC
- Original-date: 4 JUN 1980 0622-EDT
JPG@MIT-MC 3 JUN 1980 1814-EDT
To: (BUG LISP) at MIT-MC, CWH at MIT-MC, JIM at MIT-MC
I was trying to compile MACSYMA source files in order to dump out a
MACSYMA in the new LISP. Doing CL^K ^G (LOAD '|ALJABR;COMPLR|)
(MAKLAP1 (GRIND > DSK MRG))
gives the error you see in MUNFAS;GRIND _UNFA_ .
Bug in the new LISP or compiler?
Someone introduce a bug in some MACSYMA macro file?
The error msg is ;RY-INTEGER undefined function object.
Sorry, MUNFAS;GRIND _UNFA_ got overwritten and is no longer.
Anyway, the bug only happens when you try to compile more than
one file with the same loading of COMPLR, and possibly requiring
the MACSYMA ALJABR;COMPLR compilation scheme. Which function is
claimed to be undefined varies from instance to instance but is always
some form of gubbish. So it seems something is not getting
reinitilialized properly. And sometimes you can compile more than one
file with the same loading of COMPLR. I don't have a simple reproducible
example at the moment, but I'll be on the lookout for one.