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- To: (BUG LISPM) at MIT-AI
- From: LPD at MIT-AI (L. Peter Deutsch)
- Date: Fri ,28 Mar 80 22:09:00 EDT
In system 26.3, with microcode 618, on LISP Machine Two:
The construct (function (named-lambda foo (arg) forms)) works properly interpreted
(i.e. shows up with the name foo on the backtrace), but if I say
(defun fie () (function (named-lambda foo (arg) forms)))
and compile fie, the function actually gets named something like fie-internal-g0099.
At least this is what shows up on the backtrace if there is an error during the
execution of forms. (On the other hand, I think I've also had it work correctly.
Not really sure what is going on here.)