Subject: Re: What is HARP::NREG ?
Date: Monday 29th October 2007 20:01:38 UTC (over 9 years ago)
>>>>> On Sun, 28 Oct 2007 23:17:14 -0700, Chris Dean said: > > I have some code that uses SYSTEM:INT32 that when I compile it gives > this warning: > > Variable A [type HARP::NREG] being set to HARP::GREG value > > What does this mean? > > This is on LispWorks 5.0.2 running on my Intel Mac (still using Mac OS > 10.4.10). > > The code is below. > > Cheers, > Chris Dean > > > (defun my-test-hash-32bit (data) > (declare (optimize (float 0))) > > (let ((a (system:integer-to-int32 (length data)))) > (dotimes (i (length data)) > (let ((x (aref data i))) > (setf a (system:int32+ a (system:integer-to-int32 x))))) > > (system:int32-to-integer a))) That message is an internal warning, so we will look into it. The code itself will still work in this case. -- Martin Simmons LispWorks Ltd http://www.lispworks.com/