Geoff Wozniak <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
| If you aren't using Slime, you can call some no-so-well-known
| functions. In SBCL, this is SB-WALKER:WALK-FORM, but in order for it
| to work the way you want, you must set/bind SB-WALKER:*WALK-FORM-
| EXPAND-MACROS-P* to T.
| (let ((sb-walker:*walk-form-expand-macros-p* t))
| (sb-walker:walk-form '(defun foo (x) (+ x x))))
| In Allegro CL, it's EXCL::WALK.
| In LispWorks Personal 5.0.1, look at the Expression > Walk and
| Expression > Macroexpand menu options (be sure to place the cursor at
| the beginning of the form.
In CMUCL, the parent of SBCL, it's WALKER:MACROEXPAND-ALL.
p.s. But they're not really all that different, since
WALKER:MACROEXPAND-ALL is defined as follows: ;-} ;-}
(defun walker:macroexpand-all (form &optional environment)
(let ((walker:walk-form-expand-macros-p t))
(walker:walk-form form environment)))
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