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- To: KAPLAN, MASINTER, BOBROW
- Subject: LOADCOMP
- From: TEITELMAN
- Date: Thu, 12 Aug 1976 21:05:41 -7000
- Date: 12 AUG 1976 2105-PDT
- Cc: LEWIS at BBNE
there is a function called LOADCOMP of two arguments, FILE and LDFLG.
LOADCOMP effectively looks at FILE and
makes all necessary changes to NOFIXFNSLST, NOFIXVARSLST, etc.
so that the material in thatfile is "noticed" for the purposes
of dwimifying. All expressions under a DECLARE:
EVAL@COMPILE are also evaluated. Thus, if you are building
a "system", and want to compile one file, you simply have
to LOADCOMP the other files.
note: LOADCOMP does not look atDEFLIST's or PUTPROPS
unless they are under a DECLARE: . it also does not
read in the function definitions, but
uses the file map, and/or skread so it does not
perform a lot of unnecessary conses.