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Re: make fails for Gnu Elpa

From: Jackson Ray Hamilton
Subject: Re: make fails for Gnu Elpa
Date: Sat, 31 Dec 2016 07:47:47 -0800
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> Yes, it indeed does fix it here.

Excellent.  I've just applied the patch and pushed to master.

> context-coloring/fixtures/test/let.el contains invalid syntax

Yep, it's intentional.  The presence of that unfinished expression is
meant to confirm that my own (fault-tolerant) Emacs Lisp parser doesn't
barf when it encounters that.

Also, you may want to consider observing the ".nosearch" file in my
project's "fixtures/" directory.  It's meant to keep tools that do
recursive searches out of trouble.  The ".el" files in my "fixtures/"
directory are better thought of as blobs of potential user input rather
than serious programs.


On 12/31/2016 04:19 AM, Michael Heerdegen wrote:
> Jackson Ray Hamilton <address@hidden> writes:
>> Weird, the order of the arguments to tar produces the same output with
>> both of those commands on my machine.
>> $ tar --version
>> tar (GNU tar) 1.27.1
>> Michael, does the attached patch fix the issue for you?
> Yes, it indeed does fix it here.
> @Jackson: FWIW, I also noticed that
> context-coloring/fixtures/test/let.el contains invalid syntax in the
> last expression:
> #+begin_src emacs-lisp
> (let (a '))
> #+end_src
> Dunno if this is intended.  I stumbled over it because el-search barfed
> about the file.  I'll change el-search to ignore files with broken
> syntax, so it's not a problem for me.
> Regards,
> Michael.

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