[Openmcl-devel] async signals
mega at hotpop.com
Fri Sep 16 09:32:09 EDT 2005
On Thursday 01 September 2005 10:47, Gary Byers wrote:
> Every time that I've tried to convince myself that unwinding should
> ignore or defer asynchronous interrupts - and have convinced myself
> that I understood just when unwinding started, when it ended, and
> when it was prematurely exited - I convince myself that that's
> undesirable and less tractable than it'd first seemed. I'm currently
> on the latter end of that pendulum, but it was swinging the other
> way a few weeks ago.
Heh, that's familiar.
> > I've read that openmcl checks for pending interrupts at
> > safe-points.
> Where, out of curiousity, did you read this ? (It's not true, but it
> used to be. Lisp code can interrupted basically at any time (unless
> WITHOUT-INTERRUPTS is in effect.) The "internals" documentation on
> the website is several years old and is maybe 50% accurate; I think
> that there's a disclaimer to that effect somewher
Sorry, I read everything under the sun (or google), but I can't recall
where it was.
I have an implementation for sbcl that's mostly working, with the design
decisions detailed in this mail:
Come to think of it, I should have probably CCed openmcl-devel in that
mail. It is by no means final, comments are welcome.
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