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Re: Emacspeak: Testing new implementation of interactive check



Looking good with latest updates.

I was previously seeing that yanking wasn't speaking correctly with m-y yank-pop
but that appears resolved with the latest checkin.

Ruby mode works as expected.

Kind regards

Bart

"T. V. Raman" <raman@google.com> writes:

> Short Version:
>
> If you are a long term user of Emacspeak and run from SVN, I just
> checked in a new implementation of ems-itneractive-p  that does
> not depend on emacs' called-interactive-p.
>
> Test on emacs 23, emacs 24.2, 24.3 and 24.4 
>
> Please test extensively,  and if you spot differences in behavior
> in the new version let me know by clearly describing old and new
> behavior.
>
> Types of differences you might notice:
>
> 1. Things that spoke automatically in the past may not do so in
> the new version.
>
> 2. Some things might produce more speech than before.
>
> The reason for the change is to avoid emacs' called-interactive-p
> -- that function's implementation  ends up calling other routines
> from the advice module that can potentially cause deadlocks --
> the first of these was found by Bart in ruby-mode a couple of
> weeks ago.
>
> --Raman 
>
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