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Re: issue ALLOW-LOCAL-INLINE
- To: Barry Margolin <barmar@Think.COM>
- Subject: Re: issue ALLOW-LOCAL-INLINE
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Sandra J Loosemore)
- Date: Tue, 3 Jan 89 18:52:30 MST
- Cc: Sandra J Loosemore <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org
- In-reply-to: Barry Margolin <barmar@Think.COM>, Tue, 3 Jan 89 19:42 EST
> I agree that it applies to that binding, but is that enough? In the
> case of a global function, doing the PROCLAIM after the DEFUN would also
> apply to that binding, but it doesn't have the desired effect because of
> temporal issues.
I don't think there's a problem. Unlike the DEFUN/PROCLAIM situation,
in the FLET example the definition of the function and the INLINE
declaration are simultaneous. It's more analogous to a SPECIAL
declaration in a LET, where the compiler has both the list of
variables to be bound and the declarations available to decide whether
the bindings should be special or lexical. Here, the compiler has
both the list of functions to be bound and the declarations available
to decide whether or not to save inlining information about each of
Remember that compilers are always free to ignore INLINE declarations.
There is nothing wrong with Symbolics ignoring INLINE declarations for
local functions (as long as it doesn't try to substitute an inline
definition for a global function of the same name!).