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problems with tonight's svn update

It is very possible that these problems are known and are being
addressed but I feel I should mention them anyway.

Using w3 and w3m, I no longer have the ability to use xslt.  No matter
what I try to apply.  Using the url template for google hits I get this

Debugger entered--Lisp error: (void-variable emacspeak-websearch-google-number-of-results)
  #[nil "?" [emacspeak-websearch-google-number-of-results] 1]()
  #[(g) "Å	;? \nÆH?  mapcar(#[(g) "Å	;? \nÆH?  emacspeak-url-template-url([cl-struct-emacspeak-url-template "Google Hits" "http://www.google.com/search?q=%s&num=%s"; ("Google For: " #[nil "?" [emacspeak-websearch-google-number-of-results] 1]) nil "Only show Google hits." #[(url) "ÁÂÃ#?" [url emacspeak-we-extract-by-class "g" speak] 4] nil])
  emacspeak-url-template-open([cl-struct-emacspeak-url-template "Google Hits" "http://www.google.com/search?q=%s&num=%s"; ("Google For: " #[nil "?" [emacspeak-websearch-google-number-of-results] 1]) nil "Only show Google hits." #[(url) "ÁÂÃ#?" [url emacspeak-we-extract-by-class "g" speak] 4] nil])

Concerning this particular error, I looked at emacspeak-websearch.el and
the variable is defined there.  I also checked the variable via C-h v
and nothing is amiss.

Looking in the Messages buffer does not show anything out of place when
trying to apply transforms to particular pages.  

When copying this backtrace, I did a M-w and the speech of the line
being read did not stop like it used to do so that the message about "x"
lines being sent to the kill ring was read.  If this is not clear, as I
fear  might be the case, let me know and I will clarify.

When doing minibuffer completion, the whole of the line from the prompt
is being read.  Behavior for me used to be that it read only the word
being completed, IIRC, maybe only the part of the word that was

Here are the version numbers:

GNU Emacs (i686-pc-linux-gnu) of 2007-08-01 on t40

26.0 revision 5015 m

WWW p4.0pre.47, URL Emacs

I did not remember seeing anything in the past concerning these issues
on the list.  If these issues are known and are being resolved, sorry.

Robert D. Crawford                                      rdc1x@comcast.net

Q:	What do you call a boomerang that doesn't come back?
A:	A stick.

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