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Re: GNUS error "invalid function: (macro . #[(file &rest forms)"

From: Stefan Monnier
Subject: Re: GNUS error "invalid function: (macro . #[(file &rest forms)"
Date: 28 Feb 2001 16:11:19 -0500
User-agent: Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.0.99

>>>>> "Sam" == Sam Lowry <address@hidden> writes:
> Emacs outputs this error message each time I press
> f or F key in GNUS to post a reply to the group.

> Invalid function: (macro . #[(file &rest forms) 
> "=c5=c6!=c5=c7!=c5=c8!=c9=ca
> D=cb =ccBF=cd=ce=cf=ceBE=d0=d1
> DD=d2
> =d3BB=d4      D=d5BB=d6=d4    D=d7=d8=d9=da
> DDD=db=da
> D=dcBBE=dd=de=df
> =e0BBBB=afFE=d7=e1  D=e2    DEEE+D=87" [temp-results temp-buffer temp-file 
> file forms make-symbol "temp-file" "temp-buffer" "temp-results" 
> save-excursion] 17 ("/usr/share/emacs/20.7/lisp/gnus/nnheader.elc" . 12653)])

This is clearly badly byte-compiled file (a function using the macro
`nnheader-temp-write' was compiled when the macro was not defined,
so the byte-compiled assumed it was a function).

Could you do (setq debug-on-error t), reproduce the error and post
the resulting backtrace, so we can see which function was badly
byte-compiled ?


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