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- To: (BUG LISPM) at MIT-AI
- Subject: Question
- From: Moon at MIT-AI (David A. Moon)
- Date: Tue ,8 Jan 80 11:39:00 EDT
Should the interpreter pick up function definitions, particularly macro
definitions, temporarily made for purposes of the current compilation
when executing inside the compiler? It doesn't do this now, but it seems
appropriate since otherwise if macros in a file use other macros in that
file, they will not work when compiling the file if it is not already loaded.
This happened to me with structure accessing macros. Anyone have any opinions?