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[patch] emacspeak-w3m.el and problems (was: new patches)
many of these errors are because things that shouldn't be macros
are defined as macros in w3m --- see my earlier message about
cleaning up w3m itself and changing those to defsubst where appropriate.
>>>>> "Robert" == Robert D Crawford <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Robert> "T. V. Raman" <email@example.com> writes:
>> your patches are checked in.
>> Unrelated to these patches: emacspeak-w3m.el needs a bunch
>> of cleanup --- could you fix the missing declaration of
>> globals -- specifically w3m-current-url in many of the
>> google commands?
Robert> Here is a patch that I think catches all the
Robert> undeclared global variables.
Robert> I have found some other issues with the code. A few
Robert> of these I have known about for some time but they
Robert> weren't show stoppers so they went to the back of the
Robert> this shows up when tabbing to a submit button. It
Robert> only stops things when debug-on-error is on,
Robert> otherwise it just doesn't speak the button text.
Robert> Debugger entered--Lisp error:
Robert> (wrong-number-of-arguments #[(form &optional name
Robert> . 7082) nil 9
Robert> . 6981)] 4)
Robert> emacspeak-w3m-speak-form-submit([w3m-form-object get
Robert> "http://www.google.com/search" nil
Robert> application/x-www-form-urlencoded (1 (:value ...) 2
Robert> (:value ...) 3 (:value ...) 4 (:value ...) 5 (:value
Robert> ...))] "btnG" "Google Search" w3m-form-new-session)
Robert> ([w3m-form-object get "http://www.google.com/search"
Robert> nil application/x-www-form-urlencoded (1 ... 2 ... 3
Robert> ... 4 ... 5 ...)] "btnG" "Google Search"
Robert> emacspeak-w3m-speak-this-anchor() w3m-next-anchor(1)
Robert> The transcode functions both work with no args but
Robert> the transcode-current-url gives an error. This seems
Robert> to be an error in the url being passed. I included
Robert> this for completeness, as I think I can track this
Robert> down but thought I would mention it when sending the
Robert> I do not have this function on my system. (defadvice
Robert> w3m-wget (after emacspeak pre act comp)
Robert> Since I have toggled debug-on-error I have seen a few
Robert> other errors, but they will have to wait until my
Robert> next mail.
Robert> Thanks, rdc
Robert> -- Robert D. Crawford firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert> I'm totally DESPONDENT over the LIBYAN situation and
Robert> the price of CHICKEN ...
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