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Keeping run-time code from running at compile-time


From: Bill Wohler
Subject: Keeping run-time code from running at compile-time
Date: Thu, 06 Oct 2005 22:06:38 -0700

I'm having some compiling trouble. File B which requires file A fails to
compile because file A contains code that should not be run at
compile-time, just run-time.

I've distilled the essence into a tiny example. Save the attachments
with "K a" and then run the script doit. Right now, I'm getting the
output:

    address@hidden:807]$ sh doit
    While compiling toplevel forms in file /tmp/b.el:
      !! error (("Shouldn't hit this when compiling"))
    Done
    Loading b (source)...
    Shouldn't hit this when compiling

I'd like to get the output:

    address@hidden:807]$ sh doit
    Wrote /tmp/b.elc
    Done
    Loading b (source)...
    Shouldn't hit this when compiling

Thanks for any help you can provide.

Attachment: doit
Description: application/shellscript

(defun foo ()
  (error "Shouldn't hit this when compiling"))
(foo)
(provide 'a)
(require 'a)
(defun doit ()
  (message "%s" "Hello, world!"))
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