[slime-devel] more stuff

Daniel Barlow dan at telent.net
Mon Oct 20 13:59:31 UTC 2003

Luke Gorrie <luke at bluetail.com> writes:

> One thing I did hacking-wise is to add more significant detection of
> protocol errors. If the Elisp code gets a message that it can't
> understand in its current state, it closes the connection and pops up
> a buffer with some debug info and a statement to the effect of "hey,
> you've found a bug!". Currently I'm getting this trying to invoke the
> `q'uit restart in the SBCL backend, due to the Elisp :debug-condition
> bug mentioned above (though I'm not sure why this is hitting a
> debug-condition in the first place - maybe a bug in the SBCL backend).

Ack.  Didn't spot this while doing the thread->unthread changes; it
was trying to throw to a catch in the thread top level loop - which of
course no longer exists.  Now fixed.



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