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06/15/10 10:38:21 (4 years ago)
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Raymond Toy <toy.raymond@…>
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Raymond Toy <toy.raymond@…> (06/15/10 10:38:21)
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o Use arrays if we're not running with cmucl.

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    4848  (setf ext:*inline-expansion-limit* 1600)) 
    4949 
     50;; 
     51;; For all Lisps other than CMUCL, oct uses arrays to store the 
     52;; quad-double values.  This is denoted by the feature :oct-array. 
     53;; For CMUCL, quad-doubles can be stored in a (complex 
     54;; double-double-float) object, which is an extension in CMUCL. 
     55;; If you want CMUCL to use an array too, add :oct-array to *features*. 
     56#-cmu 
     57(pushnew :oct-array *features*) 
     58 
    5059(defpackage #:oct-system 
    5160  (:use #:cl))