[Python-mode] byte compile error

Pete Nagy Peter.Nagy at vexcel.com
Thu Sep 29 20:51:33 CEST 2005

Hi ->

  I tried compiling using byte-compile-file within emacs, which crashes
with no helpful error messages, so I tried compiling the lisp code in the
python-mode.el file directly using the lisp compiler clisp, which reports
some warnings at least.  I think my clisp program came with cygwin:
$ clisp --version
GNU CLISP 2.33.1 (2004-05-22) (built on winsteingoldlap [])

-> Pete

On Thu, 29 Sep 2005 skip at pobox.com wrote:

>     Pete> I am trying to byte compile my python-mode.el file, but each time
>     Pete> I do I get a 'fatal error' message and emacs (emacs-21.3 windows)
>     Pete> crashes....
>     Pete> in my lisp/progmodes, add the autoload line, and try to open a .py
>     Pete> file with emacs.  If I compile the python-mode.el file myself, I
>     Pete> get:
>     Pete> $ clisp -c python-mode.el -o python-mode.elc
>     ...
>     Pete> 0 errors, but no compiled code.
>     Pete> Can someone tell me what I need to do?  Thanks in advance,
> Sorry, I see nothing that would suggest I can help.  What's "clisp"?  Is
> that somehow different from emacs?
> --
> Skip Montanaro
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> skip at pobox.com

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