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A technical question that isn't about networking!
- To: slug@CS.ROCHESTER.EDU
- Subject: A technical question that isn't about networking!
- From: Brad Miller <miller@CS.ROCHESTER.EDU>
- Date: Thu, 4 May 89 02:53:00 EDT
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I've always wondered the following:
When you do a edit callers on a DEFSUBST (e.g. something generated by
DEFSTRUCT, like MAKE-FOO) Zmacs gives you a warning like:
"by the way, MAKE-FOO is a SUBST, there may be other "callers" of it."
The question is:
is it only talking about callers of the SUBST for MAKE-FOO, or callers of
MAKE-FOO (as a string) itself? I usually do a tags search for the item so
I'm not gronked, but this is just silly if edit callers is guarenteed to
find all callers of the lexographic MAKE-FOO (packages notwithstanding).
Brad Miller U. Rochester Comp Sci Dept.