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Issues: EVAL-WHEN-NON-TOP-LEVEL, DEFINING-MACROS-NON-TOP-LEVEL
- To: vanroggen%aitg.DEC@decwrl.dec.com
- Subject: Issues: EVAL-WHEN-NON-TOP-LEVEL, DEFINING-MACROS-NON-TOP-LEVEL
- From: Jon L White <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 23 Sep 88 21:46:45 PDT
- Cc: email@example.com
- In-reply-to: vanroggen%aitg.DEC@decwrl.dec.com's message of Wed, 21 Sep 88 08:25:53 PDT <8809211525.AA14884@decwrl.dec.com>
re: It would be useful to say right there (again) that "top-level" means
a null lexical environment.
You know, that's not a bad answer to one of the most unanswerable questions
in lisp history. I like it.
re: BTW, VAX LISP does not treat COMPILER-LET bodies as being at top-level.
It's OK with me if we do add this functionality, though frankly I'd
prefer we deleted COMPILER-LET from the language. But that's another
Flush it! Go for it!
-- JonL --