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Re: How to quote a list of functions?

From: Barry Margolin
Subject: Re: How to quote a list of functions?
Date: Sun, 09 Aug 2015 19:08:22 -0500
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In article <address@hidden>,
 Emanuel Berg <address@hidden> wrote:

> Marcin Borkowski <address@hidden> writes:
> >>> functions should be quoted with sharp-quote and not
> >>> just regular quote, i.e., #'my-function and not
> >>> 'my-function.
> >>
> >> Why?
> >
> > See other answers and/or the linked blog post.
> If you say something is absolutely so it is not too
> much asked if you yourself is able to explain why this
> is in a couple of sentences.
> Anyway, I just tried it in one case - as I have
> hundreds of 'functions none of which are
> #'sharp-quoted.
> It was - and now is, again - like this:
>     (defun set-pane-scroll-keys (map)
>       "Set MAP keys for vertical scrolling in panes."
>       (define-key map "I" 'scroll-up-pane)
>       (define-key map "K" 'scroll-down-pane) )
> However, changing it to sharp quotes doesn't seem to be
> anything a sharp programmer would do, as it results in
> the following compile warning:
>     In end of data:
>     global-keys.el:170:1:Warning: the following functions
>         are not known to be defined: scroll-up-pane,
>         scroll-down-pane

You consider that a misfeature? Isn't it a feature that it warns you 
about possible typos in the function names?

Why are you binding keys to nonexistent functions?

Barry Margolin, address@hidden
Arlington, MA
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