3 Optimizing Lisp Programs
The more information you give the Compiler, the more efficient your compiled code will be. This chapter explains how to increase the efficiency of source code by adding declarations and discusses various optimizations that are automatically performed by the Compiler. You should be familiar with the material presented in Chapter 6, "Compiling Lisp Programs" in The User's Guide, which describes how to compile Lisp functions and files.
The following constructs are described in this chapter. See the reference pages at the end of this chapter for complete syntactic descriptions of these functions and forms.
compile compile-file compiled-function-p compiler-options declare def-compiler-macro defsubst disable-stack-lists disassemble enable-stack-lists eval-when locally proclaim report-compiler-options reset-compiler-options *style-warnings* the uncompile undef-compiler-macro unproclaim with-compiler-options with-deferred-warnings
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