Raw constructor for processed-stv-p structures.
(processed-stv name user-stv compiled-stv relevant-signals)
This is the lowest-level constructor for processed-stv-p structures. It simply conses together a structure with the specified fields.
Note: It's generally better to use macros like make-processed-stv or change-processed-stv instead. These macros lead to more readable and robust code, because you don't have to remember the order of the fields.
The processed-stv-p structures we create here are just constructed with ordinary cons. If you want to create honsed structures, see honsed-processed-stv instead.
This is an ordinary constructor function introduced by std::defaggregate.
(defun processed-stv (name user-stv compiled-stv relevant-signals) (declare (xargs :guard (and (symbolp name) (compiled-stv-p compiled-stv)))) (cons :processed-stv (cons (cons 'name name) (cons (cons 'user-stv user-stv) (cons (cons 'compiled-stv compiled-stv) (cons (cons 'relevant-signals relevant-signals) nil))))))