|Date:||Wed, 20 May 2009 08:23:19 +0200|
|User-agent:||Thunderbird 22.214.171.124 (X11/20070425)|
Hi Andy and all,I have a question regarding compiling to GHIL: When calling functions like (make-ghil-something) there are always these two parameters environment and location to pass. For location, I did so far always use #f and it works quite well. However, I guess there's some use for this argument too, isn't it?
Unfortunately, I couldn't so far find out what this location is really for (and how to use it correctly). My wild guess is that this is a means to associate source code positions to generated code in order to get useful backtraces? But I might be completely wrong here.
If so, is there another way to do this? Or can my compiler for Elisp to come only give line-number related errors during the compilation itself where it obviously knows about the position?
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