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- To: preece%ccvaxa@GSWD-VMS.ARPA
- Subject: IGNORABLE.
- From: Richard Mark Soley <SOLEY@MC.LCS.MIT.EDU>
- Date: Sun, 9 Mar 86 17:34:31 EST
- Cc: COMMON-LISP@SU-AI.ARPA
- In-reply-to: Msg of Fri 7 Mar 86 15:42:14 cst from preece%ccvaxa at gswd-vms (Scott E. Preece)
Date: Fri, 7 Mar 86 15:42:14 cst
From: preece%ccvaxa at gswd-vms (Scott E. Preece)
I vote for (declare (ignore-if-unsused ...)) as more specific than
(declare (ignorable ...)).
I agree we need some feature like this. However, this "declare
ignore" stuff is really nonsense -- what we're talking about is
*suppressing warning messages*, not something akin to "declare
How about a general approach, like
(supress-compiler-warnings (unused-variable x y z)
. . .)
Put it inside DECLARE, if you want.