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RE: address@hidden: RE: weird defadvicebugwithbyte-compilation]

From: Drew Adams
Subject: RE: address@hidden: RE: weird defadvicebugwithbyte-compilation]
Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2005 19:52:37 -0800

        Please see my previous emails, where I describe the
        original case (which uses define-minor-mode).

    Could you send that test case again?

Not sure what you want. Below is the test case again. It is self-contained
for reproducing the crash bug (on Windows). Are you perhaps asking about the
define-minor-mode questions, or is this what you wanted?


    -----Original Message-----
    From: Drew Adams [mailto:address@hidden
    Sent: Monday, November 14, 2005 4:33 PM
    To: Emacs-Pretest-Bug
    Subject: weird defadvice bug with byte-compilation
    Importance: High

    This is a weird one. I've pared it down to the bare bones, I think -
    if I comment out any part of this, the bug doesn't occur. This
    obviously comes from a larger context - when it is pared down, the
    code doesn't make much sense, of course.

    If the stuff is in the same file, or the order is different, no bug
    (error). It must be like this: two files, one of which is compiled and
    required by the other. And the requiring file must have "compile" in
    its defadvice.

    Two files:

    File 1: foo.el

    (defvar mymap nil "")

    (let ((map (make-sparse-keymap "II")))
      (setq mymap (make-sparse-keymap))
      (define-key menu-bar-search-menu [ise]  '("" . ise))
      (put 'ise 'menu-enable '(and my-mode))
      (push (cons 'my-mode mymap) minor-mode-map-alist))

    (defadvice next-history-element (after ffff activate) "" my-mode)

    (provide 'foo)

    File 2: bar.el

    (defconst special-display-regexps '("[ ]?[*][^*]+[*]"))

    (defvar drews-lisp-dir "C:\\drews-lisp-20" "")
    (setq load-path (append (list drews-lisp-dir) load-path))

    (defadvice occur-mode-goto-occurrence
      (around jjjjjj activate compile)

    (require 'foo)


    1. emacs -q

    2. Byte-compile foo.el (it doesn't matter if it's compiled on Emacs 20
       or 22). `C-x C-c'.

    3. emacs -q    (Emacs 22)

    4. Visit bar.el - don't load it.

    5. Select everything in bar.el except the (require 'foo), and
    do `eval-region'.

    6. Put the cursor just after the (require 'foo) and do `C-x
    C-e'. (Don't select it and do eval-region - that doesn't
    produce the bug!)

    You will get this error backtrace:

    Debugger entered--Lisp error: (void-variable my-mode)
      (and my-mode)
      x-create-frame(((visibility) (height . 14) (width . 80)
    (unsplittable . t)))
      x-create-frame-with-faces(((height . 14) (width . 80)
    (unsplittable . t)))
      make-frame(((height . 14) (width . 80) (unsplittable . t)))
      special-display-popup-frame(#<buffer *Compile-Log*>)
      display-buffer(#<buffer *Compile-Log*>)
      display-warning(bytecomp "reference to free variable
    `my-mode'" :warning "*Compile-Log*")
      byte-compile-log-warning("reference to free variable
    `my-mode'" t :warning)
      byte-compile-warn("reference to free variable `%s'" my-mode)
      byte-compile-variable-ref(byte-varref my-mode)
      byte-compile-form(my-mode t)
      byte-compile-body(((setq ad-return-value
    (ad-Orig-next-history-element n)) my-mode ad-return-value) nil)
      byte-compile-let((let (ad-return-value) (setq ad-return-value
    (ad-Orig-next-history-element n)) my-mode ad-return-value))
      byte-compile-form((let (ad-return-value) (setq
    ad-return-value (ad-Orig-next-history-element n)) my-mode
    ad-return-value) nil)
      byte-compile-top-level((progn (let (ad-return-value) (setq
    ad-return-value ...) my-mode ad-return-value)) nil lambda)
      byte-compile-lambda((lambda (n) "$ad-doc:
    next-history-element$" (interactive "p") (let (ad-return-value)
    (setq ad-return-value ...) my-mode ad-return-value)))
      #[nil "???                        \n

    7. `C-x C-c'

    You will get a pop-up message with Yes/No buttons that says this:

    Emacs Abort Dialog

    "A fatal error has occurred! Would you like to attach a
    debugger? Select YES to debu, NO to abort Emacs"

    If you select Yes, you get a Window program exception and an
    invitation to send the details to Microsoft. The error report
    contents are these:

    Exception Information
    Code 0x80000003 Flags: 0x00000000
    Record: 0x0000000000000000 (didn't count 'em) Address:

    System Information
    Windows NT 5.1 Build: 2600
    CPU Vendor Code etc. blah blah blah

    Module 1
    blah blah

    Module 2
    blah blah

    Module 3
    blah blah

    Module 4
    blah blah

    etc. etc.

    In GNU Emacs (i386-mingw-nt5.1.2600)
     of 2005-06-26 on NONIQPC
    X server distributor `Microsoft Corp.', version 5.1.2600
    configured using `configure --with-gcc (3.3) --cflags
    -I../../jpeg-6b-3/include -I../../libpng-1.2.8/include
    -I../../tiff-3.6.1-2/include -I../../xpm-nox-4.2.0/include

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