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unuse-package (Function)

— Function: unuse-package packages-to-unuse &optional package t
Arguments and Values:

packages-to-unuse—a designator for a list of package designators.

package—a package designator. The default is the current package.


unuse-package causes package to cease inheriting all the external symbols of packages-to-unuse; unuse-package undoes the effects of use-package. The packages-to-unuse are removed from the use list of package.

Any symbols that have been imported into package continue to be present in package.

 (export (intern "SHOES" (make-package 'temp)) 'temp)  T
 (find-symbol "SHOES")  NIL, NIL
 (use-package 'temp)  T
 (find-symbol "SHOES")  SHOES, :INHERITED
 (find (find-package 'temp) (package-use-list 'common-lisp-user))  #<PACKAGE "TEMP">
 (unuse-package 'temp)  T
 (find-symbol "SHOES")  NIL, NIL
Side Effects:

The use list of package is modified.

Affected By:

Current state of the package system.

See Also:

use-package, package-use-list