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    • Michał Herda's avatar
      Fix GET-PROTOCOL-BY-NAME with unknown protocols · bb40da9f
      Michał Herda authored
      The function SB-BSD-SOCKETS:GET-PROTOCOL-BY-NAME did not signal
      an error when it was unable to find a protocol. This is fixed now
      and an error of type UNKNOWN-PROTOCOL, with an accessor named
      UNKNOWN-PROTOCOL-NAME, is being signaled. These two names are also
      exported from the package SB-BSD-SOCKETS.
      
      A test case is added.
      
      Several other test cases are fixed with regard to :NO-ERROR clauses
      inside HANDLER-CASEs.
      bb40da9f
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    • Daniel Kochmański's avatar
      loop: destructuring: replace MAPCAR with a DO* loop · 8e2d78a4
      Daniel Kochmański authored
      Simple MAPCAR must be replaced by a slightly more complicated DO, because the
      list may not be a proper list. I want to dedicate this ballad to myself.
      
          This is a tale of a sorry quest
          To master pure code at the T guru's behest
          I enrolled in a class that appealing did seem
          For it promised to teach fine things like T3 and Scheme
      
          The first day went fine; we learned of cells
          And symbols and lists and functions as well
          Lisp I had mastered and excited was I
          For to master T3 my hackstincts did cry
      
          I sailed through the first week with no problems at all
          And I even said "closure" instead of "function call"
          Then said the master that ready were we
          To start real hacking instead of simple theory
      
          Will you, said he, write me a function please
          That in lists would associate values with keys
          I went home and turned on my trusty Apollo
          And wrote a function whose definition follows:
      
              (cdr (assq key a-list))
      
          A one-liner I thought, fool that I was
          Just two simple calls without a COND clause
          But when I tried this function to run
          CDR didn't think that NIL was much fun
      
          So I tried again like the good King of yore
          And of code I easily generated some more:
      
              (cond ((assq key a-list) => cdr))
      
          It got longer but purer, and it wasn't too bad
          But then COND ran out and that was quite sad
      
          Well, that isn't hard to fix, I was told
          Just write some more code, my son, be bold
          Being young, not even a moment did I pause
          I stifled my instincts and added a clause
      
              (cond ((assq key a-list) => cdr)
                    (else nil))
      
          Sometimes this worked and sometimes it broke
          I debugged and prayed and even had a stroke
          Many a guru tried valiantly to help
          But undefined datums their efforts did squelch.
      
          I returneth once more to the great sage of T
          For no way out of the dilemma I could see
          He said it was easy -- more lines must I fill
          with code, for FALSE was no longer NIL.
      
              (let ((val (assq key a-list)))
                 (cond (val (cdr val))
                       (else nil)))
      
          You'd think by now I might be nearing the end
          Of my ballad which seems bad things to portend
          You'd think that we could all go home scot-free
          But COND eschewed VAL; it wanted #T
      
          So I went back to the master and appealed once again
          I said, pardon me, but now I'm really insane
          He said, no you're not really going out of your head
          Instead of just VAL, you must use NOT NULL instead
      
              (let ((val (assq key a-list)))
                 (cond ((not (null? val)) (cdr val))
                       (else nil)))
      
          My song is over and I'm going home to bed
          With this ineffable feeling that I've been misled
          And just in case my point you have missed
          Somehow I preferred (CDR (ASSQ KEY A-LIST))
      
                      -- Ashwin Ram,
                         "A Short Ballad Dedicated to Program Growth"
      8e2d78a4
    • Marius Gerbershagen's avatar
      Merge branch 'doc-improvements' into 'develop' · b219a2a3
      Marius Gerbershagen authored
      Doc improvements
      
      See merge request embeddable-common-lisp/ecl!225
      b219a2a3
    • Daniel Kochmański's avatar
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    • Daniel Kochmański's avatar
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    • Daniel Kochmański's avatar
      documentation: document barriers · d14cbc41
      Daniel Kochmański authored
      d14cbc41
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