Compiles and loads the code associated with the form specified by the
argument (which can be a
form or a
form-module), using a temporary
file. The default on-initialization function (which
is default-init-function) calls
compile-unsaved-form when a form being run has unsaved changes (that
is, when modified returns true for
the form) to allow running a form that has never been saved and to
ensure that the form's running window is up to date. This is useful
for quickly testing a project without first bothering to save whatever
forms its on-initialization function runs.
A custom on-initialization function may want to include a similar call to compile-unsaved-form for these reasons.
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