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Re: command history

Raman -

Thanks - I missed it at the time.  However, I have now found the
posting, applied the change suggested by "Dm. Paduchih"
<paduch@imm.uran.ru>, and uploaded a new Debian package.

		- Jim Van Zandt

>Date: Sat, 23 Dec 2000 09:04:08 -0800
>Cc: "T. V. Raman" <raman@cs.cornell.edu>, emacspeak@cs.vassar.edu,
>        bart bunting <bart@urnet.com.au>
>From: "T. V. Raman" <raman@cs.cornell.edu>
>Reply-to: raman@cs.cornell.edu
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>check the mail archives --I already answered this --just
>load completion first for now.
>>>>>> "James" == James R Van Zandt <jrv@vanzandt.mv.com> writes:
>    James> Raman -
>    James> I confirm the problem Bart reports below, both in
>    James> the Debian package and when installed from the
>    James> source package: using command history generates
>    James> an error message.  For example,
>    James>   M-x shell-command date M-x shell-command M-p
>    James> emacs beeps and briefly displays the message
>    James> "Symbol's function definition is void:
>    James> minibuffer-window-selected-p" It then displays
>    James> the previous entry of the minibuffer history.
>    James> However, that entry is not spoken.
>    James> 	      - Jim Van Zandt
>    James> ------- Start of forwarded message ------- From:
>    James> bart bunting <bart@urnet.com.au> Content-Type:
>    James> text/plain; charset=us-ascii Date: Mon, 18 Dec
>    James> 2000 22:58:10 +1100 To: "James R. Van Zandt"
>    James> <jrv@vanzandt.mv.com> Subject: Re: Debian package
>    James> emacspeak_13.0-1.deb In-Reply-To:
>    James> <m144uY7-0006GiC@vanzandt.mv.com> Sender: bart
>    James> bunting <bart@zing.urnet.com.au>
>    James> 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.
>    James> 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?
>    >> 
>    James> sure,
>    James> may take a little bit but i'll get round to it in
>    James> the next two weeks or so.
>    James> on another note there appear to be two problems
>    James> with the debs.  i haven't had time to check this
>    James> out in detail so i'm emailing you rather than
>    James> posting a bug report.
>    James> the emacspeak version is 12.6600 or so
>    James> there appears to be a problem with using the
>    James> history with m-p etc
>    James> the error in the messages buffer is Symbol's
>    James> function definition is void:
>    James> minibuffer-window-selected-p
>    James> i don't beleive the problem is with my
>    James> installation but i can't be 100% sure.  if you
>    James> can't reproduce it let me know.
>    James> Bart ------- End of forwarded message -------
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