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> > > The Guile code uses both. > > > > > > This means that, if you want to build a very fast > > > Guile to run your perfectly debugged programs, you'll > > > have to -DRECKLESS -DSCM_RECKLESS. > > > > > > Does this mean that the cycle-happy among us just use > > > SCM and don't bother? :) > > > > > > Not something 1.3 release-critical, I guess... > > > > I think that's a bug. If RECKLESS is appearing in any header files, > > that could interfere with the user's namespace. > > Uhh... Not in the headers, no. In the C files. Mostly numbers.c. > Looks like the ''->'SCM_' renaming job wasn't finished for some reason. Well, anyway, it's fixed now. Thanks for the bug report! 1998-10-14 Jim Blandy <firstname.lastname@example.org> * (__scm.h, alist.c, eval.c, feature.c, gsubr.c, numbers.c, options.c): Rename RECKLESS -> SCM_RECKLESS, CAUTIOUS -> SCM_CAUTIOUS; this way, 1) there's only one version of each flag to define (we used to have both RECKLESS and SCM_RECKLESS), and 2) if we want to use them in a header file some day, we can. (Thanks to Michael Livshin.)