On Sun, 03 Sep 2006 15:11:05 +0200, jurgen_defurne
May I add that you are using Lisp wrong.
Lisp is designed the way it is to allow incremental compilation
on a per function basis.
Write a function.
Move on keeping the state space.
The real difference is that any global data strutures you create persist.
So you can then write another function using the generated data without
having to produce it again.
The reason you need to recompile a file is because of macro's.
A macro change can have global consequences.
Thus it needs to change the code and replace the expansions of the macro's
all files that use it. If you think ASDF is too complicated defsystem is a
place to start.
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