6 Miscellaneous Programming Features
6.2 The Source File Recording Facility The Source File Recording Facility records the name of the source file in which a Lisp object is defined. When this facility is enabled and a file is loaded, Lisp warns you when a definition of an object in the file differs from the definition of the object in another file. Lisp distinguishes among redefinitions of an object, multiple definitions of the same object in one file, and redefinitions caused by reloading a file.
The Source File Recording Facility consists of the following functions and variables:
- 6.2.1 - About source file definitions
- 6.2.2 - Source file recording examples
- 6.2.3 - Reference pages
The Advanced User's Guide - 9 SEP 1996
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