On Thu, 9 Jun 2005, Juho Snellman wrote:
> Unfortunately it also breaks compiler note annotations when doing C-C C-C.
> * Since the source is being LOADed from a string-input-stream,
> LOCATE-COMPILER-NOTE in swank-sbcl needs to handle the case where the
> compiler error context doesn't have a filename. Maybe something like:
> (cond ((or (and (pathnamep file) *buffer-name*)
> (eq *buffer-name* (getf sb-c::*source-plist* :emacs-buffer)))
> * Now that we do a LOAD instead of some form of COMPILE, source path
> information is no longer preserved. LOAD calls EVAL on each form,
> and EVAL does a macroexpand before the form is passed on to the
FWIW, I think these are both more of an SBCL issue then Slime issue: while
it may indeed be reasonable for SWANK-COMPILE-STRING to move back to
(COMPILE NIL `(LAMBDA () ,@(READ-FROM-STRING ...)))
or equivalent, I'll have a look at getting LOAD & EVAL play nice(r) with
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