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CLtS effectively forbids method load-time precomputation of effective methods (which I think is either yet another oversight, or bad language design). Found by Paul Dietz. Set *max-emf-precomputation-methods* to > 0 to allow precomputation of effective methods at method load-time for generic functions having less than the specified number of methods. * src/pcl/dfun.lisp (*max-emf-precomputation-methods*): Set to 0. * src/pcl/pkg.lisp ("PCL"): Export *max-emf-precomputation-methods*.
* src/pcl/pkg.lisp ("PCL"): Export no-primary-method. * src/pcl/defcombin.lisp (compute-effective-method): Use %no-primary-method.
Support for inlineing of methods in effective methods. * src-emf/docs/cmu-user/extensions.tex (Inlineing Methods in Effective Methods): New subsection. * src-emf/pcl/combin.lisp: (method-function-name, make-direct-call, make-direct-calls) (call-method-list-methods): New functions. (memf-test-converter, memf-code-converter): Arrange for generating funcalls instead of invoke- macros. * src-emf/pcl/boot.lisp (*inline-methods-in-emfs*): New variable. (expand-defmethod): If set, arrange for inlineing fast method functions. * src-emf/pcl/pkg.lisp ("PCL"): Export flush-emf-cache. * src-emf/pcl/fngen.lisp (flush-emf-cache): New function.
Code cleanup. Use EXTENSIONS package to reduce clutter. * src/pcl/defsys.lisp ("PCL", "WALKER"): Use ext. * src/pcl/pkg.lisp ("PCL", "WALKER"): Use ext. * src/pcl/*.lisp: Remove ext: prefixes. * src/pcl/low.lisp (symbolicate*): Renamed from symbolicate. * src/pcl/std-class.lisp (shared-initialize): * src/pcl/defs.lisp (get-built-in-class-symbol) (get-built-in-wrapper-symbol): * src/pcl/braid.lisp (initial-classes-and-wrappers) (bootstrap-meta-braid): Use symbolicate*. * src/pcl/macros.lisp (dolist-carefully): Removed. (true, false, zero): Moved to defclass.lisp. (printing-random-thing-internal): Removed. (printing-random-thing): Removed. (rassq): Removed. (*keyword-package*): Removed. (make-keyword): Removed; import from cl. (memq, delq, assq): Macros removed, import from ext. (get-declaration): Moved to boot.lisp, where it's used. * src/pcl/boot.lisp (get-declaration): Moved here from macros.lisp. * src/pcl/methods.lisp (named-object-print-function, print-object): * src/pcl/low.lisp (print-std-instance): * src/pcl/dfun.lisp (print-dfun-info): * src/pcl/cache.lisp (print-cache, print-wrapper): * src/pcl/boot.lisp (make-early-gf): Use print-unreadable-object instead of printing-random-thing. * src/pcl/defclass.lisp (true, false, zero): Moved here from macros.lisp. * src/pcl/methods.lisp (legal-qualifiers-p) (legal-specializers-p): Use dolist.
* pcl/boot.lisp (parse-defmethod): Rewritten for clarity. Signal an error for most cases of null qualifiers. Improve DESCRIBE on generic functions. * pcl/env.lisp (method-specialized-lambda-list): New function. (describe-object): Use it, and use generic-function-lambda-list. * pcl/methods.lisp (generic-function-pretty-arglist) (method-pretty-arglist): Remove. * pcl/generic-functions.lisp (generic-function-pretty-arglist) (method-pretty-arglist): Remove. AMOP compliance fixes: Reintroduce class METAOBJECT, make GENERIC-FUNCTION a subclass of STANDARD-OBJECT, remove STD-OBJECT. This basically reverts a change of dtc from 1998. * code/describe.lisp (describe-instance): Check for standard-object, not pcl::std-object. * pcl/pkg.lisp ("PCL", "CLOS-MOP"): Export more stuff. * pcl/generic-functions.lisp: Remove some of the useless comments. * pcl/slots.lisp (slot-value-using-class, setf slot-value-using-class) (slot-boundp-using-class, slot-makunbound-using-class): Specialize on standard-object. * pcl/slots-boot.lisp (get-optimized-std-accessor-method-function): Remove an std-class-p case. * pcl/methods.lisp (update-std-or-str-methods): Use standard-object instead of std-object. (mec-all-classes-internal): Use *the-class-standard-object* instead of *the-class-std-object*. (class-test): Don't consider *the-class-std-object*. * pcl/low.lisp (pcl-instance-p) [deftransform]: Use standard-object instead of std-object. * pcl/init.lisp (update-instance-for-different-class) (update-instance-for-redefined-class): Specialize on standard-object instead of std-object. * pcl/dfun.lisp (accessor-values-internal, make-accessor-table) (make-accessor-table): Use *the-class-standard-object* instead of *the-class-std-object*. * pcl/defs.lisp (toplevel): Don't declare *the-class-std-object* special. (standard-object): Single superclass slot-object. (metaobject): New class. (std-object): Class removed. (specializer): Superclass metaobject. (definition-source-mixin, plist-mixin): Superclass standard-object, no metaclass. (documentation-mixin, dependent-update-mixin): No metaclass. (slot-definition, method, generic-function, method-combination): Superclass metaobject. * pcl/cache.lisp (raise-metatype): Don't consider std-class. * pcl/braid.lisp (bootstrap-meta-braid): Don't braid std-class. (bootstrap-initialize-class): Don't consider std-class.
* pkg.lisp ("CLOS-MOP"): Export some more symbols.
* bootfiles/18e/boot.lisp: Bootstrap files for the lisp:class = pcl:class part. To get it booted from 18e, cross-compile using boot1.lisp as bootstrap.lisp in pmai's build scripts, then do a normal compile with boot2.lisp as bootstrap.lisp with the resulting Lisp. * code/byte-interp.lisp, code/defstruct.lisp, code/describe.lisp: * code/error.lisp, code/exports.lisp, code/hash-new.lisp: * code/hash.lisp, code/macros.lisp, code/misc.lisp: * code/package.lisp, code/pred.lisp, code/sharpm.lisp, code/type.lisp: * compiler/dump.lisp, compiler/fndb.lisp, compiler/globaldb.lisp: * compiler/proclaim.lisp, compiler/typetran.lisp, compiler/xref.lisp: * compiler/generic/primtype.lisp, compiler/generic/vm-type.lisp: Changes for to use kernel::class etc. * code/class.lisp (toplevel): Shadow class, built-in-class etc. (class): Give it conc-name %class-. (toplevel) [#+bootstrap-lisp-class=pcl-class]: Define old accessors. (everywhere): Use new class accessors. * compiler/generic/vm-fndb.lisp (%make-instance): Change from unsafe to flushable and movable. * code/ntrace.lisp (expand-trace, untrace): Changes for method tracing. * code/profile.lisp (profile, profile-all, unprofile): Method profiling. * pcl/*.text, pcl/bench.lisp, pcl/extensions.lisp: * pcl/fast-init.lisp, pcl/precom1.lisp, pcl/precom4.lisp: * pcl/structure-class.lisp, pcl/user-instances.lisp: Removed. * tools/pclcom.lisp: Changes for my PCL and lisp:class = pcl::class.
Entomotomy Bug: pcl-exports-obsolete-pre-ansi-symbols Remove the symbols GENERIC-FLET, GENERIC-LABELS, and WITH-ADDED-METHODS, which have been obsoleted by ANSI, from the package exports in pkg.lisp, as suggested by Gerd Moellmann.
Removed the shadowed version of dotimes from PCL, replacing it with normal cl:dotimes, introducing explicit fixnum declarations where they weren't obviously unnecessary. Based on a patch by Gerd Moellmann.
Huge patch by Gerd Moellmann that removes PCL::ITERATE and PCL::GATHER* in favor of normal CL constructs. In a similar vein to SBCL, this patch also replaces all uses of #'(lambda ...) by just (lambda ...), and removes now-dated looking quotes in front of self-evaluating objects, like keywords and t/nil. The patch has been slightly frobbed by me, to correct a couple of slight oversights, and make more effective use of the loop facility in a number of places.
Missed part of the SIMPLE-PROGRAM-ERROR changes to PCL, which imports the SIMPLE-PROGRAM-ERROR into PCL.
Slightly mangled patch by Gerd Moellmann to remove PCL's own version of destructuring-bind in favour of the ANSI CL version already in CMUCL.
From Eric Marsden: Remove the *features* :cltl2, :draft-ansi-cl and :x3j13 to be ANSI compliant. I guess this might break some old code, but ANSI explicitly prohibits cohabitation of these with :ansi-cl.
Remove all #+ and #- conditionals from the source code. What is left is essentially Common Lisp except for explicit references to things in CMUCL specific packages.
Add CMUCL style file-comments; from Peter Van Eynde.
Rework the PCL class hierarchy to better match the disjoint instance and funcallable-instance types within CMUCL. Add the new class funcallable-standard-object, and the new class std-object as a superclass of both standard-object and funcallable-standard-object. Generic-functions are now funcallable-standard-objects implemented as FINs and disjoint from standard-objects which are implemented as instances in CMUCL, fixing some problems in the type system. This change moves the PCL implementation away from the MOP specification which requires that generic-functions be standard-objects. However ANSI CL does not require generic functions to be standard-objects and the MOP author Gregor Kiczales suggests it is appropriate for generic functions to be disjoint from standard-objects.
Export describe-object from the PCL and LISP packages.
Export find-class, class-name, class-of and builtin-class from MOP package. These operate on the PCL class structure rather than the cmucl class structure.
Rewrite the package file to use defpackage. Clean out conditionals for ancient architectures. Add a CLOS-MOP package definition (nicknamed MOP) that exports those PCL symbols that are defined in AMOP. MOP shadows a few Lisp symbols like find-class that need to work on PCL class objects.
This commit brings the PCL repository up to release 17f and also includes the changes in the X86 1.03.7 kit. Although the 1.03.7 changes were already in the repository, the other files appear to be of early vintage and do not work with a 17f system. Hopefully all is correctly synched now.
This is September 92 PCL.
This is July 92 PCL
This is March-92-PCL-2a.
Don't shadow SYMBOL-MACROLET because I've now taught PCL to deal with the real SYMBOL-MACROLET and we want it to use that one instead.
Deleted #. in export to be like the distribution.
Shadow SYMBOL-MACROLET, and don't export it at CMU.
Merged with latest PCL version.
Initial CMU version.
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