Title: Enigmatically-named uninterned symbols at delivery level 5
|Product: LispWorks for Windows (Professional / Enterprise)|
You have two problems here:
(a) to find out which symbols are refered to by the enigmatic #:REA and #:LAT, and
(b) to then figure out why a function which was apparently defined at level 4 ceased to be defined at level 5.
First things first - see the description in documentation of the delivery keyword :symbol-names-action. Its default value (hint: use the function lw:deliver-keywords to obtain definitive default values) is
(>= *delivery-level* 5)
to your delivery script. This will retain full symbol-names, and should allow you to proceed with
debugging the delivery process.
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|Summary:When turning lisp code into stand alone executables I have been|
able to successfully deliver at level 4, which has reduced the
image size from just over 16M to just under 8M. Everyting works
fine. However, when I go to level 5 I get a message box which
"Undefined function #:REA called with arguments (#<#:LAT 204B9a14>)."