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Lisp reference to Scheme reference
- To: guile-emacs at sourceware dot cygnus dot com
- Subject: Lisp reference to Scheme reference
- From: Kalle Olavi Niemitalo <tosi at stekt dot oulu dot fi>
- Date: 02 May 2000 01:21:09 +0300
My recent macro-importing changes have caused a problem.
Previously, imported macros always put the returned value through
`lispref->scm'. Now they make Lisp references just like imported
(define-module (emacs user)
:use-module (emacs import)
:use-module (emacs macro))
I don't think we want a Lisp reference in this case. The easy
fix would be to make imported macros call `lispref->scm' again,
but that might be wrong for some macros. And it gets worse:
(define lr (object-property (begin-save-excursion 1)
So we have a Lisp reference pointing to a Scheme reference.
I think make_lispref should return the original Scheme object
instead of making such double references. May I change it?