In case anyone using the native-comp branch here is a fix for some errors.
The first of which has to do with the macro
org-fc-with-point-at-back-heading when called it throws an invalid function error. This is because the function called in the macro,
org-fc-back-heading-position needs a
(require 'org) in order to be compiled correctly.
Secondly, in order for
org-fc-register-type to be used outside the file it, and the variable
org-fc-types need to be wrapped in
Is there any reason against including these changes in the main org-fc code? I haven't tried native-comp yet but it would be nice if org-fc worked there by default.
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I've tested more and I also needed to wrap all the calls to
(eval-and-compile (org-fc-register-type 'cloze 'org-fc-type-cloze-setup 'org-fc-type-cloze-flip 'org-fc-type-cloze-update))
I'd like to check with another who uses native-comp but am unsure how to go about finding them.
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I've made some changes to how the org-fc files are loaded, can you check if that fixes your compilation errors?
On Emacs 27.1 I'm not getting any anymore.
I have just tested it and I too am not seeing any significant errors when compiling. Only some surrounding obsolete functions with Org 9.4, but the functionality seems to be okay.
That's good to hear!
I also saw the deprecation warning, that will be handled by the next update to org-fc once I figure out how to replicate the old behavior with the new org function.