[CM] Backtrace in s7
bil at ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Mon Oct 6 06:16:58 PDT 2014
> Do you mean why they started to give
>these warnings in the first place?
yes -- after googling around for awhile, I think this was introduced
in guile 2.0, and is not universally popular -- for example gnucash:
;; Turn off the scheme compiler's "possibly unbound variable" warnings.
;; In guile 2.0 we get nearly 7500 of them loading the scheme files.
;; This is the default value for auto-compilation-options without "unbound-variable".
(if (>= (string->number (major-version)) 2)
'(#:warnings (arity-mismatch format duplicate-case-datum bad-case-datum))))
I still haven't found any rationale from the guile developers. Anyway,
it's probably easy to add a switch.
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