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Tue, 21 Apr 2015 18:27:44 +0200 (CEST)
I recently downloaded the last git emacs version. With prior
versions I used the eieio-defmethod (or eieio--defmethod)
function to create method for a given eieio class. But now even
if there are aliases the suitable method is cl-defmethod.
With the old functions I was able to give a byte compile form
as method body but it does not seem to be possibl with
cl-defmethod. One might always define a method :
(cl-defmethod mymethod .... and then execute (byte-compile
'mymethod) but I wonder if doing that the method body is really
byte compiled. So what to do if method body will be much more
time consuming if not byte compiled ?
Pierre Lorenzon <=