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bug#12299: 24.1; no byte compiler warning for inline function call with
bug#12299: 24.1; no byte compiler warning for inline function call with too few arguments [PATCH]
Fri, 23 Jul 2021 15:18:28 +0200
23 juli 2021 kl. 13.09 skrev Lars Ingebrigtsen <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Yes, we can fix up suppression afterwards...
It's not a new problem -- there are plenty of warnings that can be generated
during the source-level optimisation and suppressions don't work there right
> This leads to warnings like:
> Warning: Eager macro-expansion skipped due to cycle:
> … => (load "byte-opt.el") => (macroexpand-all (defalias
> 'byte-decompile-bytecode-1 …)) => (macroexpand (cl-symbol-macrolet …)) =>
> (load "byte-opt.el")
Strange. I never saw anything like that. But if bootstrapping helped you, then
I suppose it's fine.
> I wondered whether this added warning would find errors in the Emacs
> tree, so I did a "make bootstrap" after applying the patch, but we
> apparently have none of those, which surprised me.
Yes, I'm disappointed as well. Had hoped for some juicy pay-off, but no.
Thanks for testing it -- pushed to master, slightly simplified (somehow I
completely missed the existence of `func-arity`)