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bug#6835: 23.2; eval'ing `type-of' with #[abc] as arg gets a Fatal error
bug#6835: 23.2; eval'ing `type-of' with #[abc] as arg gets a Fatal error (11) Segmentation fault
Wed, 11 Aug 2010 22:20:24 +0200
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.0.50 (gnu/linux)
>> Yes and no. Should (lambda 3) be accepted by functionp? What about
>> (lambda () . 3) ? What about (lambda () (+ . 1)) and other errors?
> I don't see why those examples should satisfy functionp. The Elisp
> manual says:
Because (lambda () 1) is a valid function that can be passed to
> I think your examples are merely cons objects that look like lambda
> expressions (a function subtype) but are not.
They're both cons objects and functions.
> But it is useful to know whether the error is signaled by funcall or
> by the function.