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Pathname reader macro #P treated as an argument tracking in definition peek #367

MatthewRock opened this Issue Jan 16, 2017 · 0 comments


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MatthewRock commented Jan 16, 2017

When calling a function in REPL, SLIME shows the lambda-list of the function at the bottom of the screen. The currently expected argument(the one that cursor is at) is bold.

However, this behaviour can be broken by using #P. When #P reader macro is used, it is treated as an argument itself.

Test case(ignore that the call is invalid):
(format #P"test")

Expected behaviour:
After moving cursor behind #P"test", the argument that is bold should be "control-string"

Actual behaviour:
The format-arguments(third argument) is in bold.

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