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Re: macrolet bug with MCL2.0b3
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- Subject: Re: macrolet bug with MCL2.0b3
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Cris Johnson)
- Date: Mon, 30 Sep 91 10:13:38 PDT
I have some problem using macrolet with MCL 2.0b3.
I tried to eval the following code:
((m1 (x) `(car ,x))
(m2 (x) `(setf (m1 ,x) t)))
;Compiler warnings :
; Undefined function SETF::COMMON-LISP-USER::M1|, in F.
and the evaluation of (f '(a b c)) returned something like:
> Error: Undefined function SETF::|COMMON-LISP-USER::M1|
called with arguments (T (A B C)) .
The same code is working with all previous versions.
Can someone help me understand the bug?
Seems like your macrolet usage should be flagged? by the same reasoning
that the expression (let ((a 1) (b a)) (print b)) would be flagged (but
would be ok with 'let*').
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