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command history

Raman -

I confirm the problem Bart reports below, both in the Debian package
and when installed from the source package: using command history
generates an error message.  For example, 

  M-x shell-command date
  M-x shell-command M-p

emacs beeps and briefly displays the message 
"Symbol's function definition is void: minibuffer-window-selected-p"
It then displays the previous entry of the minibuffer history.
However, that entry is not spoken.

	      - Jim Van Zandt

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From: bart bunting <bart@urnet.com.au>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
Date: Mon, 18 Dec 2000 22:58:10 +1100
To: "James R. Van Zandt" <jrv@vanzandt.mv.com>
Subject: Re: Debian package emacspeak_13.0-1.deb
In-Reply-To: <m144uY7-0006GiC@vanzandt.mv.com>
Sender: bart bunting <bart@zing.urnet.com.au>

James R. Van Zandt writes:
 > Bart -
 > I see no problem with the links on my website.  Which one seemed to be
 > broken?  Maybe it was some temporary synchronization thing.
possibly, got it from the debian archive anyway.

 > I would like to use debconf for emacspeak, and would appreciate help
 > in setting it up.  Would you want to draft some code and send it over?


may take a little bit but i'll get round to it in the next two weeks or so.

on another note there appear to be two problems with the debs.  i
haven't had time to check this out in detail so i'm emailing you
rather than posting a bug report.

the emacspeak version is 12.6600 or so  

there appears to be a problem with using the history with m-p etc

the error in the messages buffer is 
Symbol's function definition is void: minibuffer-window-selected-p

i don't beleive the problem is with my installation but i can't be
100% sure.  if you can't reproduce it let me know.

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