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Re: bug#12124: 24.1.50; warning pollution
- From: Ivan Kanis <ivan.kanis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 11 Aug 2012 16:31:46 +0200
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Stefan Monnier <monnier@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
(B>>>> Why instead of keeping old definitions of labels and flet don't we use
(B>>>> aliases for cl-flet/labels (among others)?
(B>>> Because they do not do the same (almost, but not quite).
(B>> The problem is in emacs-w3m. It annoys me for mundane
(B>> task such as reading mail or catching up news in newsticker.
(B> But it's also the case that emacs-w3m probably shouldn't byte-compile
(B> code at run-time. Can you try and figure out which it does that?
(BI synced with CVS emacs-w3m and the error went away. I saw that label
(Bgot replaced with w3m-label which I think is a sign they took care of
(Bthe error. There are a few files where the function byte-compile is
(Bcalled: w3m, w3m-ems, w3m-proc. They probably should not do that.
(BThe average American 10-year old recognizes less than three species of
(Btree but more than 150 different corporate logos.
(B -- Anonymous, Harper's Index