[Openmcl-devel] "potential numbers" as symbol names
helink at sandia.gov
Wed Apr 20 18:21:11 UTC 2005
The token 3 is a potential number and as far as I can tell shouldn't be
a legit symbol. If the 3 is escaped, then it becomes the legit symbol
\3. In fact openmcl does accept :\3 as a keyword.
See 2.3.4 "Symbols as Tokens" in the hyperspec.
On Apr 19, 2005, at 10:05 PM, bryan o'connor wrote:
> kmr's new cl-photo package loses on openmcl because it
> wants to use some "potential number" symbols in the
> keyword package.
> ? :3
> > Error in process listener(1): Reader error: Illegal symbol syntax.
> > While executing: CCL::%PARSE-TOKEN
> assuming that :3 and package::3 are both valid things,
> the patch below will allow them.
> i'm having problem accessing the cvs server, so this
> patch is diff'd against an emacs backup file. it might
> not apply cleanly.
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