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Re: Lisp help: problem with uninterned symbols


From: Pascal Bourguignon
Subject: Re: Lisp help: problem with uninterned symbols
Date: 12 Dec 2003 16:09:11 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.3

Lars Brinkhoff <address@hidden> writes:
>   ;;; file foobar.el
>   (let ()
>     (defun foo () (eval-when-compile (my-intern "foo")))
>     (defun bar () (eval-when-compile (my-intern "foo"))))
> 
> the result is:
> 
>   ;;; file foobar.elc
>   [...]
>   (byte-code "\300\301M\210\302\303M\207"
>              [foo #[nil "\300\207" [#1=#:foo] 1] bar #[nil "\300\207" [#1#] 
> 1]]
>              2)
> 
> Here, there's only one #:foo which is referenced a second time with
> #1#.  Great, (eq (foo) (bar)) works again.  However, that trick
> doesn't work if foo and bar are defined in two separate file.
> 
> Any idea how to solve this?

Doctor, when I do this, it hurts!

You have the solution: encapsulate your compilation units in a progn.


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