Commit da222e2f authored by Pascal Costanza's avatar Pascal Costanza
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Checked against SBCL 1.1.2 - no changes. (The deviations reported for SBCL...

Checked against SBCL 1.1.2 - no changes. (The deviations reported for SBCL 1.1.0 were a mistake on my side, and the entries in the docs were fixed again.)

Ignore-this: 56100029cc5b26868011b1cc228ee376

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parent 91cdf632
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(:subclasses-of-standard-slot-definition-do-not-inherit-exported-slots)
(:subclasses-of-standard-writer-method-do-not-inherit-exported-slots))
:sbcl1.1.1
((:cpl-for-funcallable-standard-object-in-wrong-order)
(:funcallable-standard-object-not-instance-of-standard-class))
:sbcl1.1.2
#| all features implemented |#
:scl1.3.9
((:add-direct-method fixed)
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......@@ -142,10 +142,9 @@ In MCL, generic functions work completely differently than specified. The specif
- The automatically created accessor methods in DEFCLASS forms don't call SLOT-VALUE-USING-CLASS and (SETF SLOT-VALUE-USING-CLASS). Fixed.
- Subclasses of DIRECT-SLOT-DEFINITION, EFFECTIVE-SLOT-DEFINITION, SLOT-DEFINITION, STANDARD-ACCESSOR-METHOD, STANDARD-DIRECT-SLOT-DEFINITION, STANDARD-EFFECTIVE-SLOT-DEFINITION, STANDARD-GENERIC-FUNCTION, STANDARD-METHOD, STANDARD-READER-METHOD, STANDARD-SLOT-DEFINITION and STANDARD-WRITER-METHOD will inherit slots whose names are exported symbols and/or accessible in the package common-lisp-user. Not fixed.
SBCL 1.1.1
SBCL 1.1.2
- The class precedence list for FUNCALLABLE-STANDARD-OBJECT has FUNCTION and STANDARD-OBJECT in the wrong order. Not fixed.
- FUNCALLABLE-STANDARD-OBJECT is not an instance of STANDARD-CLASS. Not fixed.
All features implemented. (In SBCL 1.0.47, there is a glitch with methods on slot-boundp-using-class, which may not work in all cases.)
SCL 1.3.9
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......@@ -8,5 +8,5 @@ LispWorks 6.0.1 Personal Edition
LispWorks 6.0.1 Enterprise Edition
LispWorks 6.1 Professional Edition
MCL 5.2.1
SBCL 1.1.1
SBCL 1.1.2
Scieneer 1.3.9
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