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Re: elisp byte compilation problem

From: Javier Oviedo
Subject: Re: elisp byte compilation problem
Date: Thu, 22 May 2003 14:00:42 -0400

I just discovered that for almost any .el I compile I see problems. Since I
hardly change things outside of my .emacs most of my .elc  files have been
around for some time...I am just noticing this problem now.

I had to re-byte compile folding.el(I have had byte compiled for the last
year and had no problems) after making a one line change. The .elc size
dropped from 84,072 bytes to 607 bytes. Obviously, something is wrong with
the byte compilation itself.

What could be going on here? Thanks!!

"Javier Oviedo" <address@hidden> wrote in message
> Hello all.
> I have found some strange behavior when I compile certain elisp files and
> then load them...
> =============================
> One example is clearcase.el. I have (require 'clearcase) in my .emacs
> Without byte compiling everything works fine...meaning that I in the
> there is a clearcase menu that I can access without problem. As soon as I
> byte compile, the clearcase menu disappears from the menu bar. I can't
> explain this. I know very little about elisp and therefore need some help.
> ctypes.el size is 260598
> ctypes.elc size if 632  ==> something is wrong here.
> =============================
> Another example is with ctype.el. I have the following in my .emacs file:
>   (require 'ctypes)
>   (setq ctypes-write-types-at-exit t)
>   (ctypes-read-file "C:/data/joviedo/Emacs/site-lisp_21_2/_ctypes" nil t
>   (ctypes-auto-parse-mode 1)
> When ctypes in not byte compiled, everything works fine. With ctypes byte
> compiled I get the following error when I load a file...
> File mode specification error: (void-function ctypes-read-file)
> run-hooks: Symbol's function definition is void: ctypes-find-file-hook
> ctypes.el size is 62607
> ctypes.elc size if 814  ==> something is wrong here.
> =============================
> I am using Emacs 21.2 on WinXP
> Thanks In Advance!
> --
> Javier

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