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Re: Issue: COMPILER-DIAGNOSTICS (Version 11)
- To: cl-compiler@SAIL.STANFORD.EDU
- Subject: Re: Issue: COMPILER-DIAGNOSTICS (Version 11)
- From: "Steve Bacher (Batchman)" <SEB1525@draper.com>
- Date: Wed, 12 Apr 89 07:39 EDT
> (4) Specify that COMPILE-FILE returns two values. The first value
> is the truename of the output file, or NIL if the file could not be
> created. The second value is T if the file was compiled without
> errors, or NIL if errors were signalled during compilation.
Fine. But in that case, the example...
> (defun compile-file (input-file &key output-file)
> (values *output-file-truename*
should be (values *output-file-truename* no-errors-detected-p), n'est-ce pas?
> On the TI Explorer, ...
> file is returned as the first value. A second value indicates whether
> any errors or warnings were reported.
Which way does TI do it? Is it T for no errors, or NIL for no errors?