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Re: Regression in dump-emacs-portable

From: Lynn Winebarger
Subject: Re: Regression in dump-emacs-portable
Date: Fri, 17 Feb 2023 07:57:46 -0500

On Fri, Feb 17, 2023 at 12:23 AM Po Lu <luangruo@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Lynn Winebarger <owinebar@gmail.com> writes:
> > This seems to be related to whatever object "treesit-font-lock-rules" 
> > creates.
> > The moral seems to be to create tests of each type of object a
> > user-visible lisp function might create to get quick test cases.
>     case PVEC_CONDVAR:
>       error_unsupported_dump_object (ctx, lv, "condvar");
>     case PVEC_SQLITE:
>       error_unsupported_dump_object (ctx, lv, "sqlite");
>       error_unsupported_dump_object (ctx, lv, "module function");
>       error_unsupported_dump_object (ctx, lv, "symbol with pos");
>     default:
> Please add the all the tree-sitter pvec types here, and see which one it
> is.
I just pretty-printed the value of the variable this sets instead:
(pp sh-mode--treesit-settings (current-buffer))
((#<treesit-compiled-query> t comment nil)
 (#<treesit-compiled-query> t function nil)
 (#<treesit-compiled-query> t string nil)
 (#<treesit-compiled-query> t heredoc nil)
 (#<treesit-compiled-query> t variable nil)
 (#<treesit-compiled-query> t keyword nil)
 (#<treesit-compiled-query> t command nil)
 (#<treesit-compiled-query> t declaration-command nil)
 (#<treesit-compiled-query> t constant nil)
 (#<treesit-compiled-query> t operator nil)
 (#<treesit-compiled-query> t builtin-variable nil)
 (#<treesit-compiled-query> t number nil)
 (#<treesit-compiled-query> t bracket nil)
 (#<treesit-compiled-query> t delimiter nil)
 (#<treesit-compiled-query> t misc-punctuation nil))

I'm guessing it's whatever #<treeset-compiled-query> represents.
The core dump from pdumping an overlay is a bigger problem to me.
Worst case, I can disable tree-sitter when running ./configure, which
is not an option for overlays.  Also, core dump from running a
function intended for end-users.


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