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Re: another emacspeak build failure



From what I can see, the error occurs on line 61 of emacspeak-librivox.el. where there is a require statement for emacspeak-m-player module. Removing this (require) allows Emacspeak to compile.

Strangely enough, I was able to successfully byte-compile emacspeak-m-player.el with no errors.


This definitely needs a lisp guru!

Best,
Victor


On Sun, Jun 28, 2015 at 4:38 PM, Bart Bunting <bart@bunting.net.au> wrote:
I am now seeing the same issue that Victor had.

Shows up as:

emacs -batch -q -no-site-file   -eval '(progn (package-initialize)(setq byte-compile-warnings t))'  -l ".."/lisp/emacspeak-load-path.el -l ".."/lisp/emacspeak-loaddefs.el -l ".."/lisp/emacspeak-cus-load.el -l ".."/lisp/g-client/g-load-path.el  -f batch-byte-compile emacspeak-librivox.el

In toplevel form:
emacspeak-librivox.el:61:1:Error: Wrong type argument: stringp, nil
make[1]: *** [emacspeak-librivox.elc] Error 1
make: *** [emacspeak] Error 2

This is on a fresh checkout of git.

I've checked that at least from the shell that  I'm building from the
emacs version is as expected:

which emacs
/Users/bart/emacs/head/bin/emacs
bart@fiz:~/hsrc/emacspeak$emacs --version
GNU Emacs 25.0.50.1
Copyright (C) 2015 Free Software Foundation, Inc.


Is anyone else still seeing this issue?

It sounds almost exactly like what Victor was describing but my emacs
version looks to be up to date.

Any ideas?

Kind regards

Bart

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