[gambit-list] looking for a "weak" apply function
christian at pflanze.mine.nu
Mon Nov 13 19:24:30 EST 2006
Thank you for your code, it's really interesting for me. (Especially
since I'm planning to write an error procedure which can skip
continuation frames (like Perl's croak, which skips stack frames in
the current module or parent classes).)
- (cond-apply sin '(1 2) (lambda (x) 'foo)) will enter an endless
loop because the call of the non-thunk procedure will re-enter
- but it seems ##raise-wrong-number-of-arguments-exception is not
being called by the apply call (?, I haven't checked the sources);
commenting out this function definition gets rid of the above loop.
- what does ##first-argument do?
(- is the environment-map directive automatically activated by the
|debug| compiler flag? Or will adding this directive improve variable
display in the debugger?)
I'll experiment with ##raise-unknown-keyword-exception etc. to make
it more complete.
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