I’ve never seen
gensym before today, but is there an idiomatic way to undo the operation?
I guess one way would be to regex it:
> match(r"(?<=##)[^#]*(?=#)", String(gensym("Core.println"))).match
But that seems about as hacky as this question?
What problem are you trying to solve?
In JLD2, there’s a line that tries to make a convert call:
However, this seems to break for abstract types (at least when within an array).
On inspection, it shows that the object,
- is of type
- and not of
I was trying to do a diff on the
fieldnames of the object stored in JLD2 and the current
// if you could do this, then you might have a better chance of converting the object
T in the function is
Fussy.AbstractReactor – which is abstract and therefore has no fields
Sounds like you want to prevent gensym from being called in the first place. (Macro hygiene error?)