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Re: reference to free-variable messages...



I am seeing the same messages using Emacspeak 15.0 on Redhat 7.2 (GNU
Emacs 20.7.1) and Outloud all installed via rpm.

On Mon, 3 Dec 2001 jerry@jerrysievers.com wrote:

> hi all.
> 
> i noticed a few interesting lines in the compilation buffer which, i
> guess are just warnings.  this is with emacspeak 15 on redhat 7.0.
> 
> the lines are shown below.  if there is something that i need to
> address, please let me know.
> 
> thanks.
> 
>   ** reference to free variable
>      emacspeak-backward-delete-char-speak-deleted-char
>   ** reference to free variable
>      emacspeak-backward-delete-char-speak-current-char
>   ** reference to free variable
>      emacspeak-backward-delete-char-speak-deleted-char
>   ** reference to free variable
>      emacspeak-backward-delete-char-speak-current-char
> 
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