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force and delay fix for multiple values
Here is a modified version of location.t that extends force and delay to
work with multiple values. This is based on the 3.0 sources, so any changes
made for 3.1 will need to be included (I doubt there are any though). I
only changed the function make-delay and made the global variable %unforced
local to the closure of make-delay.
*******<cut here>********<location.t>**********<cut here>********
(herald locative (env tsys))
;;; Copyright (c) 1985 Yale University
;;; Authors: N Adams, R Kelsey, D Kranz, J Philbin, J Rees.
;;; Modified by James J Hunt firstname.lastname@example.org 6/22/88
;;; to work with multiple values.
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(define-settable-operation (contents loc))
(define set-contents (setter contents))
(define-operation (define-contents loc value))
;;; Other locatives are made using the MAKE-LOCATIVE operation.
(define-operation (make-locative proc . args)
((contents self) (apply proc args))
((set-contents self val)
(apply (setter proc) (append args (list val)))); choke!
((locative? self) t)
((print-type-string self) "Locative")))
(define-operation (force obj) obj)
(let ((%unforced (undefined-value 'unforced-delay)))
(labels ((results %unforced)
(receive new-results (proc)
(set results new-results)
(set get-value get-forced)
(apply return results)))
(apply return results))
(set get-value get-delayed)
(object (lambda () (get-value))
((force self) (get-value))
((delay? self) t)
(if (eq? results %unforced) "Delayed" "Forced")))))))