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- To: (BUG LISPM) at MIT-AI
- From: jerryb at MIT-AI (Gerald R. Barber)
- Date: Wed ,9 Apr 80 20:17:00 EDT
In system 27.1, with microcode 635, on LISP Machine One:
(arglist 'foo) where foo defined by
(defun foo (&aux a b c)
returns (&aux a b c) if foo is interpreted and nil if foo is compiled.
Locals shouldn't really be part of the arglist.
This screws things up when you try to decide wheather to funcall a function
with arguments based on what is returned by arglist. It would be nice if
when a function didn't take arguments arglist would return nil so you wouldn't
have to try and understand what arglist returned.