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Re: notice-methods-change and my lexical environment too

Well, as usual, i was a bit quick coming up with a proposal.  Luckily,
someone ususally sets me straight pretty quick.  Mike Thome pointed
out that adding and removing methods and resizing the cache can change
the discriminator, so my proposal isn't so good.  So i guess we need a
safer way to bash generic functions.  We should have something soon
for Genera.


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From: Wilhelm Burger <K320440%AEARN.BITNET@Forsythe.Stanford.EDU>
Subject:      DELPHI CLOS
To: common-lisp-object-system@sail.stanford.edu

DELPHI (Italy) claims that they have a full implementation of CLOS? Has anybody
made experiences with that software?

Johannes Kepler University
Linz, Austria