Peter Seibel <email@example.com> wrote:
| Are there any macros defined in the language standard that generate
| global names similar to the the way DEFSTRUCT does other than
| DEFSTRUCT. I don't mean macros like DEFUN, DEFCLASS, etc. that use
| names provided by the macro caller but ones that actually generate a
| symbol that was not passed as an argument to the macro and then give
| it a global meaning the way (defstruct foo x y) does for MAKE-FOO,
| COPY-FOO, FOO-P, FOO-X, and FOO-Y?
DEFINE-CONDITION, for sure.
And maybe DEFSETF & DEFINE-SETF-EXPANDER, if you consider the
#'FOO => #'(SETF FOO) transformation to be included in your
criteria (though the naming of the generated setf functions
may not be completely standardized, I'm not sure).
Rob Warnock <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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