Consider the following code:
The 3 lines after the "if 0" are fine but the other 4 give out a "Error: syntax error; expected symbol". This certainly comes from procln.c and the check that first token must be a symbol, but does not skip that when "disabled" is true. IMO we should add a "||disabled" check in both places this check happens.
I really can't see a side effect adding this, happy to discuss it thought.
I agree that this is disconcerting, as I've had this bite me a few times in development of Project X ("whaddya mean there's an error in the disabled section???"). Just haven't taken the time to look at what would be required. Looks like it should be a simple thing, though.
Oops, didn't notice this issue! So an attempt to fix this was committed in #199, but this still doesn't pass the test source mentioned in this ticket.
A better approach is required :)