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Mon Jul 27 14:58:19 CEST 2009

Errors from primitives

The simplest way seems to be returning a magic value whenever a Scheme
primitive is executed.  An alternative is to use setjump() to provide
an error exit point.

Let's try the latter.

Using USE_SETJUMP

Done.  It works by calling _Error_1 in the context of the C foreign
function, followed by a longjmp() which aborts the current C stack and
returns to the function's invokation point.



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