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Fri, 2 Jul 2010 11:28:05 +0200
On Fri, Jul 2, 2010 at 06:15, Carsten Dominik <address@hidden> wrote:
> For supporting different languages, we will have a few emacs lisp
> files which should not be compiled because the have dependencies on
> code that is not present in Emacs. I.e. they do something like
> (require 'slime)
> and call lots of functions from this package.
Are these compile-time dependencies?
> I think the best way it to leave these files
> uncompiled. Is this acceptable?
There are at least 82 .el files in lisp/** than are not compiled.
> If yes, how do
> I exclude them from compilation in the standard
> Emacs build process.
If you just want for the files not being byte-compiled, you can use
-*- no-byte-compile: t -*-
;; Local Variables:
;; no-byte-compile: t
but, are these packages usable when non-compiled? Because if they're
not, they should simply be excluded from the Emacs tree, I think.
- Question, Carsten Dominik, 2010/07/02
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Juanma Barranquero <=
- Re: Question, Lennart Borgman, 2010/07/02
- Question, Stephen J. Turnbull, 2010/07/02
- Re: Question, Richard Stallman, 2010/07/02
- Slime, Harald Hanche-Olsen, 2010/07/02