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- To: NEWLISP
- Subject: clipify bug
- From: TEITELMAN
- Date: Wed, 04 Jul 1979 12:17:42 -7000
- Date: 4 JUL 1979 1217-PDT
fixed bug wherein the expression following an atm
which ended in a ' was mistakenly being clispify, e.g.
FOO_'(PROGN (SETQ --)) the SETQ was being clispified.
Date: 4 JUL 1979 1356-PDT
Subject: compiler change
To: PARC Lisp Users:
cc: newlisp, yonke at BBND, wilber at SRI-KL,
cc: goldman at USC-ISIE
ther have been many occasions when, looking at a compiled file,
it wold have been nice to know exactly how it had been compiled,
i.e. bcompl, tcopl, recompile, brecompile, and if the lattter, which
function were involved. i have fixed compile to do this.
the information will appear in the first fillcreated expression
on the compiled file, so you can do an infile and a read, and
find it out.