Mon, 05 May 1997 08:17:35 -0400
Kelly Murray wrote:
> As I've said, Allegro Common Lisp has a "dumplisp" command that saves
> an entire lisp process, which can be started back up.
> So you develop your code, and do a dumplisp to save all the objects.
> Because Lisp allows dynamic redefinition, if you change your code,
> you just *change the code*, and now your process has the new code.
> It's not like C, there is not recompile & relink & rerun development cycle!
Practically speaking, how do you browse and debug code written using
this methodology? Does ACL save the formatted source for each