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09 Feb 2004 18:06:31 +0900
One of the cl functions Martin wanted for cc-mode was `macroexpand-all'.
I'd like to add the following file to emacs, `lisp/emacs-lisp/macroexp.el',
which implements `macroexpand-all'. I wrote it for my lexical-binding
branch, in which _all_ compiler macroexpansion is done using macroexpand-all
on top-level file forms, so it's received a fair bit of testing (at least,
all of emacs lisp code has passed through it :-).
One unusual point is that this implementation also tries to avoid consing in
the case where a form contains no macros (as is true of many).
Description: macroexpand-all implementation - lisp/emacs-lisp/macroexp.el
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