ANSI Common Lisp 22 Printer 22.4 Dictionary of Printer
- Value Type:
a pprint dispatch table.
- Initial Value:
implementation-dependent, but the initial entries all use a
special class of priorities that have the property that they are less
than every priority that can be specified using set-pprint-dispatch,
so that the initial contents of any entry can be overridden.
The pprint dispatch table which currently controls the pretty printer.
- See Also:
Section 22.214.171.124 Pretty Print Dispatch Tables
The intent is that the initial value of this variable should
cause `traditional' pretty printing of code.
In general, however, you can put a value in *print-pprint-dispatch*
that makes pretty-printed output look exactly like non-pretty-printed output.
Setting *print-pretty* to true
just causes the functions contained in the current pprint dispatch table
to have priority over normal print-object methods;
it has no magic way of enforcing that those functions actually produce pretty
output. For details, see Section 126.96.36.199 Pretty Print Dispatch Tables.
- Allegro CL Implementation Details: