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Re: Customize problem

This is helpful. Keep looking into it, hopefully we'll find the
cause. For the record, I'm running emacs out of CVS.

>>>>> "Tim" == Tim Cross <tcross@rapttech.com.au> writes:
    Tim> From: Lukas Loehrer <listaddr1@gmx.net> Subject: Re:
    Tim> Customize problem Date: Sun, 5 Aug 2007 13:29:49 +0200
    >> > when I try to save elisp files.  I get much the same
    >> when trying to use > M-x byte-compile-file.  I had not yet
    >> made an attempt to track it down.
    >> > 
    >> > > could anyone else who is running from the SVN version
    >> of emacspeak and running > > emacs 22 see if they can get
    >> the same results, especially if they have also > >
    >> observed the lack of a save option when trying to save
    >> changes to > > a custom item?
    >> As for the missing "Save for future sessions" option, I
    >> can confirm that it is somehow linked to emacspeak,
    >> because the option is present when I use emacs with
    >> speechd-el.
    >> I also get the mentioned error when byte-compiling elisp
    >> filess, However it somehow seems to be dependent on the
    >> order in which things get loaded, i.e. after some fiddling
    >> around, it usually goes away. I am also using the
    >> described hook for automatically recompiling elisp files
    >> when saving.
    >> Here is another problem I ran into, that is specific to
    >> emacs 22: In info mode, when using incremental search
    >> (C-s), emacspeak will say "Search failed" even if a match
    >> is found. Can anyone reproduce this?
    >> Best regards, Lukas
    Tim> Yes, I've observed this same behavior. I first noticed
    Tim> it when initially starting to use emacspeak with emacs
    Tim> 22 quite some time ago. It then started working again
    Tim> (or at least appeared to), but I noticed it again
    Tim> yesterday when searching through some info pages while
    Tim> trying to understand why the save for future sessions
    Tim> option is not appearing in customize when you activate
    Tim> the 'state' button. I have noticed this behavior in
    Tim> other modes as well, not just info mode. The incorrect
    Tim> "match not found" message appears to occur when therre
    Tim> are multiple matches. With a single match, I can't
    Tim> reproduce that behavior. for example, in the info 'dir'
    Tim> page, searching for emacs tells me search fialed, but
    Tim> there are multiple instances of emacs on the page and it
    Tim> highlights the first of them in the match face. However,
    Tim> searching for 'starts', finds the match and does not say
    Tim> no match found. In both cases, it sounds like the
    Tim> 'matched' auditory icon is played, I also notice that
    Tim> when there are multiple matches, its only with the first
    Tim> match that the message "search failed" is
    Tim> spoken. Hitting C-s again moves to the next match and it
    Tim> is spoken as expected.
    Tim> I'm not using any elisp hooks to automatically byte
    Tim> compile elisp files once they are saved. I did use such
    Tim> a technique some years ago, but found it sometimes
    Tim> caused subtle problems. It also interfered with
    Tim> debugging because often you don't want byte compiled
    Tim> definitions when you plan to debug them using a
    Tim> debugger.
    Tim> Tim
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