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CC: (BUG LISPM) at MIT-MC
Date: Mon ,26 May 80 19:27:00 EDT
From: johan at MIT-AI (Johan de Kleer)
To: (BUG LISPM) at MIT-AI
In system 27.84 nws, with microcode 667, on LISP Machine Two:
PKG-LOAD seems broken. For example, (PKG-LOAD 'ETHER 'SI:COMPILE) indeed
calls COMPILE-FILE-ALIST but then goes and loads all the old qfasl files.
Furthermore when no qfasl file exists, it just loads (not compiling) the source.
The reason you are losing is that your package declaration
is misformatted; you must say QFASL in the file name if you want the file to be
compiled. See pages 179-180 of the Jan79 version of the manual.
Why are you saying "SI:" on the COMPILE keyword?
I don't know what you mean by "loads all the old qfasl files", since if it recompiled
the previous versions of the qfasl files wouldn't exist any more.