Ar an dara lá de mí Deireadh Fómhair, scríobh Malcolm Purvis:
Trying to build the packages from CVS using a recent version of
get the following error when building mule-usc's un-define.el
Error occurred processing lisp/un-define.el: Circular list: ((26268
. ?~) (26271 . ?~) (26272 . ?~) (26276 . ?~) (26285 . ?~) (26289 . ?~)
(26290 . ?~) (26293 . ?~) (26299 . ?~) (26303 . ?~) (26304 . ?~) (26306
. ?~) (26307 . ?~) (26312 . ?~) (26316 . ?~) (26318 . ?~) (26319 . ?~)
(26324 . ?~) (26331 . ?~) (26335 . ?~) (26344 . ?~) (26347 . ?~) (26348
. ?~) (26350 . ?~) (26362 . ?~) (26363 . ?~) (26373 . ?~) (26375 . ?~)
Has anyone else seen this?
The last time I did serious Mule-UCS work, I seem to remember occasional
circular list errors that silently went away as a consequence of fixing
other problems. (Note that while 21.5 can compile Mule-UCS, it shouldn’t
ever run it; maybe this is part of your problem, it’s possible that files
are being loaded uncompiled that shouldn’t be.) Recent changes to XEmacs
core of mine *reduced* the number of contexts where circular list errors are
signalled, so I would be surprised if they led to your problem.
Can you paste the full backtrace somewhere?
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