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Re: full-blown application in MACL?
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: full-blown application in MACL?
- From: email@example.com (Mark Chung)
- Date: Wed, 6 Mar 91 12:07:18 CST
>I must agree with Lee's opinions. My 6000-line LISP application is
>1,300k, and have had (possibly personal) problems with standalone
>applications (specifically with the use of EVAL-ENQUEUE forms, and
before saving an application you should do:
(setf *fast-eval* nil) ; turn off compiler
otherwise lisp will try to compile any eval expressions,
and since the compiler isn't there you'll certainly have problems.
(setf *compile-definitions* nil)
so that you can modify code even when in an application.
Sorry if this is obvious to some, but it took me a while to realize
that these were needed. I have no idea why this isn't automatically
done by save-application.