Re: sawfish 1.6.3 can't compile sawfish.wm.util.prompt

Harald van Dijk <harald gigawatt nl> writes:
> [...]
> (compiling sawfish/wm/util/ping.jl)
> (compiling sawfish/wm/util/prompt.jl)
> error--> (void-value prompt-completion-fun)
> make[1]: *** [lisp] Error 10
> make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/harald/sawfish/lisp'
> make: *** [all] Error 1
> This file is unchanged from 1.6.2, but as of commit
> 2277ff2ca26ea48fd6ce96f45faa4971a52bc81a
> <>
> ,sawfish.wm.util.prompt is no longer implicitly included when compiling
> itself. Note that you will not see this error if you are working from
> a previous build directory where the .jlc files already exist. I
> noticed the build completes without errors or warnings if I simply
> remove the "Compilation hack" block; is it still necessary? If it is
> necessary, another way to fix the problem is by having
> sawfish.wm.util.prompt explicitly (open) itself.

I haven't been able to replicate this, and it doesn't make a whole lot
of sense to me.  A file shouldn't have to be opened from itself in order
to compile it, and I can't see where a (setq foo bar) would generate a
void-value error on foo.

Jeremy Hankins <nowan nowan org>

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