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Re: Native compilation by default?: Was [Re: stats say SBCL is 78 875 %
Re: Native compilation by default?: Was [Re: stats say SBCL is 78 875 % faster than natively compiled Elisp
Fri, 03 Mar 2023 09:55:02 -0500
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> All that is fine, but the question was about producing the eln file in
> the first place. The documentation and the information posted here
> indicated it will be produced when the elc file is loaded.
> That explicitly does not happen in those cases I enumerated above, and
> in some other cases.
I'm not familiar with the details of that code, sorry.
> The backstory is I wanted to test something without putting it
IIUC whether it's in `load-path` or not shouldn't make any difference.
The only relevant part is whether you give the .el/elc extension to
`load` or whether you rely on `load-suffixes` instead.
I expect (load "....elc") should *not* native-compile the file, since it
would not load it either.
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