An implementation of CLOS "wrapping" methods. They are "like around methods but happen outside them (so: before and after), and the least specific wrapping method is outermost". They provide a clean way for supplying defaults for generic function optional and keyword arguments, and are also useful for running "hooks"-like functionality. This is part of the Lisp hacks collection by Tim Bradshaw.
|Version||- Monday, 03 June 2002|
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