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bug#28587: 26.0.60; Don't write object name strings in object-write meth

From: Eric Abrahamsen
Subject: bug#28587: 26.0.60; Don't write object name strings in object-write method
Date: Wed, 08 Nov 2017 12:01:45 -0800
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/26.0.90 (gnu/linux)

On 10/21/17 23:29 PM, Stefan Monnier wrote:


> This is more problematic since data generated with this hunk will be
> incompatible with an Emacs which doesn't have the other hunk applied.
> So I think this should be conditional on a defcustom and by default this
> defcustom should cause the code to still behave as before.

So where we're at now is, the previous chunk has gone into both master
and emacs-26. The next patch (below) would only go into master, so as to
be more conservative about what's emitted. Everything defaults to
current behavior.

This patch does two things: permits omission of the object name strings,
and permits shutting off indentation (which helps a lot for shrinking
the file size). In a previous version I had `eieio-print-depth' do
double duty as a boolean and an integer; this version has a separate
defvar for controlling whether indentation is printed at all.
`eieio-print-depth' still gets incremented; someone might find that


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