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- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: saving applications
- From: kumyew@EAGLE.MIT.EDU (kumyew)
- Date: Tue, 24 Jul 90 22:51:38
I tried saving a Lisp application, but several
things don't seem to work for me:
1. some saved applications crash. I suppose
this is due to pointers to the heap that I
haven't deallocated before saving. IS THERE
A PROGRAMMATIC WAY TO DEALLOCATE ALL POINTERS?
There's a ccl::kill-lisp-pointers function, but
it seems undefined (even if I provide the full
2. MACROS DON'T SEEM TO WORK. For instance,
I used (save-application <filename>) in a fresh
Lisp listener. The standalone application is
given the following as the first 2 lines:
(setf temp '(a b))
(setf (getf temp 'c) 'd)
> Error: NIL can't be FUNCALLed or APPLYed.
> While executing: CCL::READ-LOOP
> Type Command-/ to continue, Command-. to abort.
Did I do something wrong in saving applications?
Do I have to provide another toplevel function?
Thanks for any help!