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<smokeink> https://gist.github.com/vindarel/107ed869399a548e6ef41dc324df3099 "Above is actually Lisp data. Code as data." can sbcl also do these?
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<White_Flame> yes, that is standard Common Lisp. lispworks and sbcl and all the other majors follow the standard
<White_Flame> and even 1960s LISP does that in nature
<no-defun-allowed> Er, even replacing the code in the debugger by mutating list structure?
* White_Flame might have skimmed too shallowly
<no-defun-allowed> You can replace functions quite easily, but I don't think that would work on compiled code.
<Bike> wow, evalhook!
<Bike> old school
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<White_Flame> smokeink: having now properly read it, I don't think so. Also, 'grep -ir evalhook' in the sbcl directory returns nothing but a single binary match
<Bike> it's pre-clhs
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<White_Flame> well, CLHS does have issue articles recommending deprectaing evalhook-related stuff
<smokeink> I'd like to be able in the repl to see the definition of some function/macro
<White_Flame> ah, that is possible in SBCL