Commit a297e86d authored by Samuel Freilich's avatar Samuel Freilich

Check that input is a list in proper-list-length

proper-list-length and related functions claim to signal an error if the
input is not a proper list, and are careful to safely check that the cdr
is a cons (with safe-endp). However, they call cdr on the input without
checking that it is a list in the first place, resulting in memory-error
when compiled with safety 0 instead of type-error as the tests expect.
parent 5e5c7d83
......@@ -193,6 +193,8 @@ designator of the expected type in a TYPE-ERROR."
(assert (member 'list lambda-list))
`(defun ,name ,lambda-list
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(unless (listp list)
(error 'type-error :datum list :expected-type 'list))
(do ((last list fast)
(fast list (cddr fast))
(slow (cons (car list) (cdr list)) (cdr slow))
......
  • Thank you.

    Would you mind adding a test, please?

  • It's covered by existing tests, I only found the issue because an existing test was broken.

    I suppose I could add a duplicate test that's forced to run with (safety 0)?

  • Hmmm, right.

    Perhaps you could make all tests run once with (safety 3) and then with (safety 0)?

  • That's what's happening on my end already, but I'm using a different continuous testing system here. I'm not sure what the best way to set that up in ASDF is, since I'm not very familiar with ASDF.

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