ADD-INVISIBLE-FNS

make some unary functions invisible to the loop-stopper algorithm
Major Section:  SWITCHES-PARAMETERS-AND-MODES-OH-MY

Examples:
(add-invisible-fns binary-+ unary-- foo)
The setting above has makes unary functions unary-- and foo ``invisible'' for the purposes of applying permutative :rewrite rules to binary-+ trees. Thus, arg and (unary-- arg) will be given the same weight and will be permuted so as to be adjacent.

General Form:
(add-invisible-fns top-fn unary-fn1 ... unary-fnk)
where top-fn is a function symbol and the unary-fni are unary function symbols.

For more information see invisible-fns-table. Also see set-invisible-fns-table, which explains how to set the entire table in a single event, and see remove-invisible-fns.