ANSI Common Lisp 9 Conditions 9.2 Dictionary of Conditions
- Class Precedence List:
The type style-warning includes those conditions
that represent situations involving code
that is conforming code but that is nevertheless
considered to be faulty or substandard.
- See Also:
An implementation might signal such a condition
if it encounters code
that uses deprecated features
or that appears unaesthetic or inefficient.
An `unused variable' warning must be of type style-warning.
In general, the question of whether code is faulty or substandard
is a subjective decision to be made by the facility processing that code.
The intent is that whenever such a facility wishes to complain about
code on such subjective grounds, it should use this
condition type so that any clients who wish to redirect or
muffle superfluous warnings can do so without risking that they will be
redirecting or muffling other, more serious warnings.
- Allegro CL Implementation Details: