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I did this, but am not sure how to take advantage of this information. I guess I should look carefully at those atinteractivelevel.class files. BTW, could this problem be related to the note in the `defmacro' documentation saying that macros defined using `defmacro' (currently) cannot be used in code that is compiled together with the macro definitions (if I understand the sentence correctly)? I have been doing everything interactively. Thanks, Aleks > > > However, when I enter the expansion manually, it does not break. In an > > earlier version, I did not use records and had no problems. > > An undocumented option that is useful for debugging is --debug-dump-zip. > It generates a new zip file for each each time a command is compiled. > The zip files contains all the generated classes. You can use > gnu.bytecode.ZipArchive to extract the classes (if you don't have unzip), > and gnu.bytecode.dump to disassemble. > > --Per Bothner > Cygnus Solutions firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.cygnus.com/~bothner >