CARof an object, I returned the original object rather than the
The current bug is more interesting. I got
aproposworking, but the next day Taylor changed how symbols are interned.
aproposworked for one day only.
The bug is weird, though. When I call
apropos, I get this:
1 ]=> (apropos "mic") #[package 1 (user)] #[package 2 ()] ;Cold load finished ;Package: (user) 2 ]=>There are two odd things here. First is the repeat of the message that the cold load finished, second is the fact that the prompt is now at level 2.
I can't for the life of me imagine what might cause this. I'm guessing that I really screwed up the definition of a primitive and it is causing a recursive evaluation of something. I'm grasping at straws, though. In any case, this will be fun to debug because it involves weak pointers. The CLR has weak pointers, but now I have to really make them mimic the weak pointers that MIT Scheme expects.