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Re:emacspeak and eamacs 23 again



Interesting -- all works here except that 'n' and 'p' remain unbound.    Tim> Hi Raman, I tried running mspools, both under X and from
    Tim> the console. I got the same behavior in each. I didn't
    Tim> get any errors. I've not run mspools before, but when I
    Tim> ran it with the command M-x mspools-show, I got a buffer
    Tim> with two lines in it for two of my VM *.spool files that
    Tim> listed what looked like the number of bytes in each
    Tim> spool. Hitting enter when on the line opened a VM buffer
    Tim> on that spool file. I was able to move between the list
    Tim> with n and p. Behavior was identical under X and
    Tim> console.
    Tim> 
    Tim> Tim
    Tim> 
    Tim> 
    Tim> T. V. Raman writes:
    >> you're running from cvs, see if the keybinding issue I was
    >> hitting is gone.
    >> 
    >> Esiest test:
    >> 
    >> run mspools (lisp/mail/mspools in the emacs distribution,
    >> and in the spools buffer, see if keys 'n' and 'p' are
    >> bound.
    >> 
    >> >>>>> "Tim" == Tim Cross <tcross@rapttech.com.au> writes:
    Tim> Just wanted to say that I was not able to reproduce this
    Tim> bug. I can run emacs in the console with a recent
    Tim> version of emacspeak and don't get the variable binding
    Tim> error.
    Tim> 
    Tim> I'm running emacs from today's CVS built with
    Tim> 
    Tim> ./configure --enable-font-backend --prefix=/usr/local
    Tim> 
    Tim> It also has dbus support, which so far hasn't given me
    Tim> any problems. I also built with GTK support.
    Tim> 
    Tim> GNU Emacs 23.0.60.1 (i686-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version
    Tim> 2.12.9) of 2008-04-08 on lion
    Tim> 
    Tim> ,----[ C-h v emacspeak-version RET ] | emacspeak-version
    Tim> is a variable defined in `emacspeak-setup.el'.  | Its
    Tim> value is | "27.0 Revision 5553M" | | Documentation: |
    Tim> Version number for Emacspeak.  `---- Tim
    Tim> 
    Tim> 
    Tim> T. V. Raman writes:
    >> >> for the variable binding depth error, rebuilding
    >> emacspeak >> with the new emacs after doing a make clean
    >> in emacspeak >> should fix it.
    >> >> 
    >> >> I'm still running emacs 23 from Feb 1 2008 because of
    >> >> other emacs bugs --- specifically in some modes, not
    >> all >> keys bound by that mode are available.
    >> >> 
    >> >> 
    >> >> No one on emacs-devel has responded t that bug --
    >> everyone >> is busy fixing the unicode branch integration
    >> troubles.
    >> >> 
    >> >> >>>>> "Lukas" == Lukas Loehrer <listaddr1@gmx.net>
    >> writes:
    Lukas> I just tried using emacspeak with emacs 23 compiled
    Lukas> from cvs 2008-03-28. Actually, I recompiled today's
    Lukas> emacs-snapshot package for ubuntu gutsy. dbus support
    Lukas> is disabled. I am running emacs on the linux
    Lukas> console. I get the previously mentioned error when
    Lukas> doing C-n or C-p:
    Lukas> 
    Lukas> ad-Orig-next-line: Variable binding depth exceeds
    Lukas> max-specpdl-size
    Lukas> 
    Lukas> As the problem appears to be in emacs, are the emacs
    Lukas> devels aware of it?
    Lukas> 
    Lukas> I do not really need emacs 23 at this point but I am
    Lukas> curious to see what the new unicode support is like.
    Lukas> 
    Lukas> Best regards, Lukas
    Lukas> 
    Lukas> 
    Lukas> 
    Lukas> 
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    >> >> 
    >> >> -- 
    >> >> Best Regards, --raman
    >> >> 
    >> >> 
    >> >> Email: raman@users.sf.net WWW: >>
    >> http://emacspeak.sf.net/raman/ AIM: emacspeak GTalk: >>
    >> tv.raman.tv@gmail.com PGP: >>
    >> http://emacspeak.sf.net/raman/raman-almaden.asc Google: >>
    >> tv+raman IRC: irc://irc.freenode.net/#emacs
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    Tim> 
 > -- 
 > Tim Cross tcross@rapttech.com.au
 >     Tim> 
 >     Tim> There are two types of people in IT - those who do not
 >     Tim> manage what they understand and those who do not
 >     Tim> understand what they manage.
 > 
 > -- 
 > Best Regards,
 > --raman
 > 
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understand and those who do not understand what they manage.

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