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[bug#29847] [PATCH] import: pypi: Stay in the REPL if fail to get a sour

From: ng0
Subject: [bug#29847] [PATCH] import: pypi: Stay in the REPL if fail to get a source
Date: Mon, 25 Dec 2017 19:38:25 +0000


Oleg Pykhalov transcribed 1.6K bytes:
> Hello ng0,
> ng0 <address@hidden> writes:
> > Why? Could you give some reasons why the current behavior is bad
> > and what your code tries to improve in this regard?
> Because of the documentation string says “return #f on failure” (not
> kill REPL on failure or terminate a Guile process):
>     Fetch the metadata for PACKAGE-NAME from, and return the
>     `package' s-expression corresponding to that package, or #f on failure.
> and because Why an import package function kill my Emacs's Geiser?  :'(
> I'm trying to implement recursive-import for pypi based on cran's
> recursive-import.  Killing Guile process will be an issue, I guess.
> Oleg.

Okay, sounds reasonable. I just thought an explanation would be
good. Preferable we should add those to the commits more often.
Context is good :)

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