At the conference MIke mentioned how to stop the sl-c global variable from triggering a warning. Can anyone remember how to do this?
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if you mean when calling e.g. a post-gen function, then you can put something like this at the top of your file: (proclaim ‘(special +my-piece+)) then any reference to +my-piece+ in that source file will not trigger a warning. Or within a single function, your first line of code in the body should be (declare (special +my-piece+))
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