Ar an dara lá déag de mí Eanair, scríobh Jerry James:
On Thu, Jan 12, 2012 at 7:51 PM, Stephen J. Turnbull
> Can you reproduce under the debugger?
> What do you mean by "appears"? That you have traced
the function and
> you see that the reader returns the wrong sexp? Or just that the Lisp
> stack shows the lambda itself, rather than the macro lambda, being
> called? ISTM that the problem could easily be in the interpreter eval
> code that handles macros, since the reader should basically just pair
> up the parens and intern the symbols. I don't see why it would choose
> to drop "(macro . "; it shouldn't know what "macro" means,
> reader stage it's just a symbol AFAIK.
Sorry, I mean that read0() is, in fact, returning the wrong sexp. I
wonder if it has something to do with the dot.
Then remove the dot and try it, (macro lambda (&rest symbols) ...) is
equivalent (well, except you need one fewer close parenthesis). Does it
happen with any ((macro lambda ()) arguments...) expression?
Still means there’s a bug in GCC, though. I wouldn’t be shocked if it was
something overwriting the read_list_state structure in read_list(), but I
can’t know at this distance.
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