[slime-devel] Emacs 23 and slow compilation output
heller at common-lisp.net
Fri Aug 14 06:34:02 UTC 2009
* Constantine Vetoshev [2009-08-12 23:20+0200] writes:
> Helmut Eller <heller at common-lisp.net> writes:
>> Hmm... this sounds like this bug:
>> but that was fixed before the release.
> Fascinating. It's certainly related. I tried this:
> (setq compilation-error-regexp-alist nil)
> (setq compilation-error-regexp-alist-alist nil)
> Which reduced the delay significantly. The minibuffer flickers a bit
> while displaying the "fontifying" message, but this made things usable
> again. Thanks :)
> Is there an easy way to prevent SLIME compilation messages from getting
> fontified using those regexps at all? I'm hoping for a lighter-weight
> solution than just clobbering these variables.
Unfortunately not. Perhaps you can remove only some of the inefficient
You can also set slime-compilation-finished to nil to disable
the compilation log buffer entirely. You would still get the
annotations in the source buffer.
> I tried emacs -nw and Slime compilation went back to its usual
> snappiness. I also tried recompiling the package without xft, but that
> did not make a difference.
Are you sure that this is the same Emacs? If the slowness is caused by
the regexp then the terminal version would also be effected.
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