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8/28/88 PCL ON PRIME LUCID COMMON LISP (VERSION 1.2)
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- Subject: 8/28/88 PCL ON PRIME LUCID COMMON LISP (VERSION 1.2)
- From: SOBO@s66.Prime.COM
- Date: 28 Sep 88 18:56:56 EST
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Does not compile.
When it reaches the top-level form "(pre-make-caching-discriminating-functions"
in *compiling* the file DCODE-PRE1.LISP (I don't understand why this happens
since the form has an "eval-when (load)" wrapped around it), it goes into
endless garbage collection. Note: the amount of dynamic structure space
actually used from one garbage collect to another remains large and unchanged.
If you manage to break it in the short time between garbage collections,
the actual function being called is usually LUCID::%ZERO-REGION, called