On Sun, 10 Dec 2006 22:12:03 +0900, Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
Hans de Graaff writes:
> I had a quick look in src/lisp.h myself, and I found it interesting to see
> that the code that is currently enabled is the DEBUG_XEMACS code.
I can't speak to the register problem at the moment.
Since --debug adds a small amount of code at very little cost in speed
but a huge improvement in debuggability, it's enabled by default. If
you turn it off, in a significant minority of bugs in the C code you'll
be told to turn it on, rebuild, and reproduce, or we can't help you.
My main concern is with the register issue, since this is causing real
problems, so it would be great if someone else could comment on that.
Regarding the debug issue: turning debugging on or off doesn't matter in
this case. Here's the relevant code from src/lisp.h:
/*#define REGISTER register*/
All the ifdef's are commented out, so suggesting that debugging to be
turned off as a workaround here won't work. All of this is from the 21.4
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