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Re: Declaim and proclaim

From: Stefan Monnier
Subject: Re: Declaim and proclaim
Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2014 09:14:16 -0400
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.4.50 (gnu/linux)

>>> That test was there in cl-check-type. The test doesn't make sense to me
>>> either. We should drop it in both places if we drop it in cl-the.
>> Great, let's drop it then.  Thanks.
> On second thought, I'm not sure it's so simple. First of all, nobody in
> the tree actually changes the default speed or safety settings, AFAICT.

Could you explain what this discussion has to do with the
removal of the cl--compiling-file calls?

> sure we should change how it works now without having a discussion of
> how we want this whole system to work.

It's not terribly important, tho.  Given the simplicity of the
implementation techniques we use, this CL optimization infrastructure is

> Should we make cl--optimize-speed and cl--optimize-safety buffer-local?
> And shouldn't we be setting the default values to 3 and 0, respectively,
> during initial Emacs compilation when we haven't been given configured
> with --enable-checking?

What would that change?

> Also, we could make cl-locally do something useful by having it bind
> cl--optimize-speed and cl--optimize-safety, then fully macroexpand its body.

Not worth the trouble, methinks.


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