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Re: (progn (top-level) A B C)


From: A Soare
Subject: Re: (progn (top-level) A B C)
Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2007 18:37:08 +0100 (CET)

> I do not think you can do it directly, but maybe you can use a timer?
> 
> (run-with-idle-timer 0 nil (lambda()

Thanks, I will check. Another method that I found is

(unwind-protect
    (prog1
        (message "x")
      (top-level))
  (message "a")
  (message "b"))


By the way, this code returns "Back to top level." . BAD.

x
a
b
Back to top level.

What is the definition of prog1? It should return the first argument. It seems 
that in this case the 1st argument is lost.

This is a BUG in prog1... I think that prog2, progn give the same bug... That 
is?


Does somebody else knows another methods? Let us make all of you that know a 
list of methods here for this problem, please...


Trying to solve a bug in the E debugger I asked myself this problem...

Alin Soare.



> Message du 14/02/07 à 17h38
> De : "Lennart Borgman (gmail)" <address@hidden>
> A : address@hidden
> Copie à : "Emacs Help [help-gnu-emacs]" <address@hidden>
> Objet : Re: (progn (top-level) A B C)
> 
> A Soare wrote:
> > Hello,
> > 
> > Can somebody tell me how you write a code to execute the followiung 
> > commands in the order t-l A B C:
> > 
> > (top-level)
> > (A ...)
> > (B ...)
> > (C ...) ?
> 
> 
> I do not think you can do it directly, but maybe you can use a timer?
> 
> (run-with-idle-timer 0 nil (lambda()
>                               (message "a")(sit-for 1)
>                               (message "b")(sit-for 1)
>                               (message "c")(sit-for 1)
>                               ))
> (top-level)
> 
>





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