#lisp - Mon 2 Apr 2007 between 14:17 and 15:25

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nyefHrm...
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 ;-)
nyefOkay, I'm just going to try a build, and not worry about the extent of the changes yet.
faxsay 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
Exalanyone knows a lisp mailing lisp with high traffic?
*mailing list
XachExal: no.
ExalO.o
XachExal: 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.
kpreidnyef: 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_bI'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?
Xachfax: i use hunchentoot.
fax: mod_lisp is not a webserver, it's more of a bridge or proxy.
faxok looks nice, ill try it thank you
nyefnikodemus`: "win32-os.c:353: error: `trap' undeclared (first use in this function)"
nikodemus`ah, got it.
_deepfireis 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
kpreidyou 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
oh, symbol-macrolet
use macrolet instead
_deepfirekpreid, can i stick a class instance into a QUOTE?
kpreidof course
_deepfireare you sure you mean a /literal/ class instance, and not a variable naming it?
kpreidyes
_deepfirewow
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
_deepfirekpreid, yes
kpreider, instances of STANDARD-OBJECT
rtoy_OT: Any ubuntu users here?

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