Hi Volker, just to clarify, that's not strictly a cosmetic change. A call to M:F(A) always uses the newest version of the code in the VM, while a call to F(A) uses whatever version is running when the call is made. The difference is critically important for hot-code loading in the case of a server loop function, e.g. if you do
you'll never load a new version of the code, but if you do
you'll get the new version automatically when the loop recurses.
Of course, it doesn't make any difference in this case, as hot-code loading is not an issue for those functions. Thanks for the patch.