|Subject:||Re: Sv: Sv: Christmas wish: Literate Elisp|
|Date:||Fri, 20 Dec 2019 13:34:41 -0300|
> I really understand the concern, but I must ask how would one change the
> elisp itself without re-implementing much or some of of elisp parser if it would
> be done externally?
I recommend you take a look at the existing function used on
load-source-file-function (i.e. load-with-code-conversion): it loads the
source file into a buffer and then calls `eval-buffer`.
So all it would take is for you to erase the text (aka non-code) part of
the source code before passing it to `eval-buffer` (but of course, only
do it when that source is using your new format).
Or instead of `eval-buffer` you might "manually" skip the text parts,
then use `read` + `eval` on the code parts. This would probably take
a bit more effort in order to correctly handle (defvar foo).
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