Damnit, I -know- I've seen this caused post-warm-init.
Okay, guess it can't be too wrong.
|nikodemus`||heh. i'll stick the else in there so we are less confused in the future ;-)|
|nyef||Okay, I'm just going to try a build, and not worry about the extent of the changes yet.|
|fax||say I make a reader macro which uses < to start,|
is it straightforward to say, if there is a space after it read it as a normal <, otherwise do some complex stuff
also check if its got = after it I guess
|Exal||anyone knows a lisp mailing lisp with high traffic?|
|Xach||Exal: people who want to talk about lisp usually post to comp.lang.lisp. there are many lisp-related lists, but they are for a specialized topic.|
|kpreid||nyef: you asked whether I know the structure of my code: approvedp does not contain any lambdas itself, but it invokes a dispatch routine which could go just about anywhere, and I don't know what it's dispatching on because the arguments are #<unavailable>|
nyef: I'm now going to compile with higher debug levels.
|dan_b||I'm sure some of the commits lists have pretty high traffic|
|fax||(ok I figured out my problem I had a reader macro on and it was causing problems)|
what would people recommend for running a lisp webserver? mod_lisp?
|Xach||fax: i use hunchentoot.|
fax: mod_lisp is not a webserver, it's more of a bridge or proxy.
|fax||ok looks nice, ill try it thank you|
|nyef||nikodemus`: "win32-os.c:353: error: `trap' undeclared (first use in this function)"|
|nikodemus`||ah, got it.|
|_deepfire||is the only way to pass arbitrary values between macroexpansions being global variables?|
symbol-macrolet/macroexpand-in-env seems to be only capable of passing literal values
|kpreid||you can pass arbitrary values|
you can stick anything you like in QUOTE (as long as you're not modifying it, whatever that means); you can also return anything you like from the macrolet expansion
use macrolet instead
|_deepfire||kpreid, can i stick a class instance into a QUOTE?|
|_deepfire||are you sure you mean a /literal/ class instance, and not a variable naming it?|
|tcr||_deepfire: You can also pass a symbol down the macros, and put whatever you want on the symbol's plist.|
|kpreid||_deepfire: besides, *every* value is an instance of some class|
_deepfire: what you are really thinking of is probably instances of STANDARD-CLASS; but they aren't particularly special
|kpreid||er, instances of STANDARD-OBJECT|
|rtoy_||OT: Any ubuntu users here?|