Commit 6eaf39d2 authored by Gemini Lasswell's avatar Gemini Lasswell

Fix unnecessary hash table creation in cl-prin1 (bug#36566)

cl-prin1 prints all its punctuation by passing strings to prin1.  When
print-circle was set, print_preprocess was creating a new hash table
for each string, causing excessive garbage collection when printing
large Lisp objects with cl-prin1.

* src/print.c (print_number_index): Fix typo in comment above.
(PRINT_CIRCLE_CANDIDATE_P): Don't create print_number_table
for top-level strings with no properties, except when
print_continuous_numbering is on.
parent 5c40c21a
......@@ -81,7 +81,7 @@ static ptrdiff_t print_buffer_pos_byte;
-N the object will be printed several times and will take number N.
N the object has been printed so we can refer to it as #N#.
print_number_index holds the largest N already used.
N has to be striclty larger than 0 since we need to distinguish -N. */
N has to be strictly larger than 0 since we need to distinguish -N. */
static ptrdiff_t print_number_index;
static void print_interval (INTERVAL interval, Lisp_Object printcharfun);
......@@ -1149,7 +1149,11 @@ print (Lisp_Object obj, Lisp_Object printcharfun, bool escapeflag)
(STRINGP (obj) || CONSP (obj) \
((STRINGP (obj) \
&& (string_intervals (obj) \
|| print_depth > 1 \
|| Vprint_continuous_numbering)) \
|| CONSP (obj) \
|| (VECTORLIKEP (obj) \
&& (VECTORP (obj) || COMPILEDP (obj) \
|| CHAR_TABLE_P (obj) || SUB_CHAR_TABLE_P (obj) \
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