bugMIT/GNU Scheme - Bugs: bug #16776, File not closed on PARSE-ERROR:...

 
 

bug #16776: File not closed on PARSE-ERROR: end-of-file

Submitted by:  None
Submitted on:  Wed 07 Jun 2006 03:08:42 PM UTC  
 
Category: runtimeSeverity: 3 - Normal
Priority: 5 - NormalItem Group: Suboptimal behavior
Status: In ProgressPrivacy: Public
Assigned to: Chris Hanson <cph>Originator Name: Steve Chapel
Originator Email: -unavailable-Open/Closed: Open
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Wed 07 Jun 2006 03:35:56 PM UTC, comment #1:

This is more or less what it's supposed to do.

To close the open port, abort out of the error using control-G, then run a GC by calling (gc-flip).

Chris Hanson <cph>
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Wed 07 Jun 2006 03:08:42 PM UTC, original submission:

Steps to reproduce:

1. Use an external text editor to create a scheme source file with an extra ( somewhere in it (a source file with a single ( character will do).
2. Open the file with (load "filename")
3. Go back and edit the source file and try to save it.

Expected Results: The fixed source file can be saved.

Actual Results: The fixed source file cannot be saved until the Scheme window is closed.

It seems like the loaded file is not closed on the PARSE-ERROR, so the text editor cannot save the file until the Scheme window is closed, closing the file. I'm using MIT Scheme running under Microsoft Windows NT 5.1 (Build 2600; Service Pack 2) IE-32

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