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bug#25316: Patch for bug#25316: 26.0.50; Bugs in testcover-reinstrument


From: Noam Postavsky
Subject: bug#25316: Patch for bug#25316: 26.0.50; Bugs in testcover-reinstrument
Date: Sat, 30 Sep 2017 10:40:09 -0400
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/26.0.60 (gnu/linux)

Gemini Lasswell <address@hidden> writes:

> (edebug-enter): New function which changes behavior of Edebug based
> on symbol property 'edebug-behavior and edebug-behavior-alist.

Those should be wrapped in quotes as in `edebug-behavior' and
`edebug-behavior-alist'.

> -(defun edebug-enter (function args body)
> +(defun edebug-enter (func args body)
> +  "Enter Edebug for a function.
> +FUNC should be the symbol with the Edebug information, ARGS is
> +the list of arguments and BODY is the code.
> +
> +Look up the `edebug-behavior' for FUNC in `edebug-behavior-alist'
> +and run its entry function, and set up `edebug-before' and
> +`edebug-after'."
> +  (cl-letf* ((behavior (get func 'edebug-behavior))
> +             (functions (cdr (assoc behavior edebug-behavior-alist)))
> +             ((symbol-function #'edebug-before) (nth 1 functions))
> +             ((symbol-function #'edebug-after) (nth 2 functions)))
> +    (funcall (nth 0 functions) func args body)))

Overriding the function-definition of edebug-before and edebug-after
doesn't seem very clean.  It would be better to have an
edebug-before-function which is `funcall'ed I think (I know your patch
didn't introduce this, it just makes it more obvious.  Perhaps it could
be addressed later).

>  (defun edebug-run-slow ()
> -  (defalias 'edebug-before 'edebug-slow-before)
> -  (defalias 'edebug-after 'edebug-slow-after))
> +  "Set up Edebug's normal behavior."
> +  (setf (cdr (assq 'edebug edebug-behavior-alist))
> +        '(edebug-default-enter edebug-slow-before edebug-slow-after)))


> +(defun testcover-analyze-coverage (form)

> +  (pcase form

> +    (`(quote . ,_)
> +     ;; A quoted form is 1value. Edebug could have instrumented
> +     ;; something inside the form if an Edebug spec contained a quote.
> +     ;; It's also possible that the quoted form is a circular object.
> +     ;; To avoid infinite recursion, don't examine quoted objects.
> +     ;; This will cause the coverage marks on an instrumented quoted
> +     ;; form to look odd. See bug#25316.
> +     '1value)

Missed double spacing again.

> +    ((or `(\` ,bq-form) `(\` . ,bq-form))

Isn't only the first of these is needed?  (read "`foo") ;=> (\` foo)

> +(defun testcover-analyze-coverage-wrapped-form (form)

> +  (pcase form

> +    ((or `(\` ,bq-form) `(\` . ,bq-form))

As above.






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