Hi,

In message "Re: alias danger"
    on 02/02/18, Dave Thomas <Dave / PragmaticProgrammer.com> writes:

|> But now I remember why that makes me itch. It's tempting to think of
|> this alias-and-redefine as an operation that is insulated from the
|> rest of the world, but the binding effect of alias is, of course,
|> not local.  Unless you choose a very obscure name for you alias, you
|> run the risk of a stack overflow:
|
|That's always been an issue which has worried me.

Me too.  I'm thinking of a solution kinda similar to CLOS's before,
after, around method combination, or in another words, defadvice in
emacs lisp.  It will obsolete alias and undef, but will not appear in
the near future.

							matz.