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Toy condition-system implementation
- To: cl-error-handling@SU-AI.ARPA
- Subject: Toy condition-system implementation
- From: Richard Mlynarik <MLY@AI.AI.MIT.EDU>
- Date: Wed, 23 Jul 86 18:51 EDT
- File-references: AI|B:>mly>clcond>dist5>-read-.-me-, AI|PREP: /u/mly/clcond5/dist5.tar
I have written a small implementation of a condition system
based on KMP's proposal#5, though with quite a number of modifications.
The modifications fall into one of two categories:
+ Something in KMP's proposal was unworkable
+ I think there is a better way
The differences are summarized in the file notes.text
There is a small file of examples named examples.lisp
I understand that KMP is working on another proposal, though I am
unaware of the proposal's proposed contents.
This code is just for hack value -- I'm not suggesting any
of it is realistic or that one shouldn't do things in a
quite different way.
The code has only been used under symbolics 6.1 and lucid alpha 2.1.1
on a sun, so I have many doubts about its true portability.
You can find it in:
reagan.ai.mit.edu:>mly>clcond>dist5>*.* (reagan is 220.127.116.11)
and for unixoids:
prep.ai.mit.edu:/u/mly/clcond5/dist5.tar (prep is 18.104.22.168)
The tar file is 153600 bytes long, which gives a rough idea of
the overall scale of the code.
I don't think that it is really feasible to mail something
of this size to people who can't FTP. Sorry.