[LispM-Hackers] First Function
Sun, 03 Mar 2002 13:45:34 -0500
"James A. Crippen" wrote:
> If the first thing being done by the initial function is
> LISP-REINITIALIZE then we're in for some fun. We're going to
> encounter *lots* of symbols scattered all over the planet when we hit
> that. Also there's that HARDWARE-BOOT-INITIALIZATIONS function that I
> don't like at all. We may have to do something fancy to skip over it
This should be interesting.
> and pretend that it succeeded because it's writing to the NuBus in
> real memory.
For those of you who were wondering, the memory emulation subsystem is
really of no higher quality (i.e., it's missing the entire hardware
emulation logic) than the macroinstruction subsystem (which is missing
all those register definitions).
> The cruft for MP systems is superfluous for us. Hopefully MP-SYSTEM-P
> defaults to NIL in the usual load band?
I certainly hope so.
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