Releases a foreign block, like
, in LispWorks for Macintosh.
A foreign block pointer.
releases a foreign block. It corresponds to the C function
must be the result of foreign-block-copy. In particular, it is an error to call
on the result of allocate-foreign-block.
In principle, you can also use
on foreign blocks that you received from foreign code, if the interface says that you need to release them. However, we do not expect this to happen, because proper interface will always free blocks that it allocates or copies
has no useful return value.
is implemented in LispWorks for Macintosh only.
To free a foreign block that was allocated by Lisp, use free-foreign-block.
LispWorks Foreign Language Interface User Guide and Reference Manual - 7 Dec 2011