[Openmcl-devel] a function to create a symbol in a given package
gwking at metabang.com
Wed Jun 3 17:40:31 EDT 2009
Hiya. Isn't #'intern the fuunction you want? You could also consider
(serf symbol-value (intern <name> <package>)) <some-value>).
(we'll take care of the other planets later)
On Jun 3, 2009, at 4:56 PM, Robert Goldman <rpgoldman at sift.info> wrote:
> Taoufik Dachraoui wrote:
>> I tried but could not find a way to create a function that creates a
>> symbol in a given package.
>> I woud appreciate if someone can helpp me write the following
>> (defun crate-symbol-in-package (symbol value package)
>> example of use:
>> ? *package*
>> ? (create-symbol-in-package 'client 'me 'world)
>> ? world::client
> How about
> (intern "CLIENT" :world)
> (setf world::client 'me)
> or, for that matter
> (defvar world::client 'me)
> what is it that you are trying to achieve here? This
> create-symbol-in-package is so deeply unidiomatic, that I suspect if
> looked at what you are trying to do in context, we will find that it
> be achieved more easily in other ways.
> For what purpose do you believe you need this function?
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