* bug#50060: The REPL does not honor --no-auto-compile
@ 2021-08-14 19:41 Jean Abou Samra
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From: Jean Abou Samra @ 2021-08-14 19:41 UTC (permalink / raw)
Even when guile is run with --no-auto-compile, the
REPL still seems to be compiling the source.
$ guile --no-auto-compile
GNU Guile 188.8.131.52-5a1e7
;;; <stdin>:1:0: warning: possibly unbound variable `unbound-variable'
This "possibly unbound variable" warning comes from
compilation (which can be seen by putting the same
code in a script and running with or without auto-compilation).
This is annoying, because in the REPL the code
is run immediately and we don't need the warning
about a "possibly unbound variable" just before
the actual error. In fact, it would seem desirable
to make "no auto-compilation" the default for the
REPL. Code run there is typically not
(Originally reported at
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