strange behaviour of emacspeak under xemacs
This is probably due to some incompatibility between Xemacs and emacs.
I dont think I will have time to look at it any time soon.
Is there any reason why are insisting o using xemacs?
I hope it's not because of some misguided belief that xemacs is for X
and emacs isn't if so please drop that impression.
I am happy for you to use and iron out emacspeak kinks under xemacs--
in fact the xemacs developpers are planning to integrate emacspeak
into a future distribution of xemacs--
but since I dont use xemacs, it's unlikely that I'll have time to look
at each individual problem for you.
So in summary:
1) If you want to use xemacs, rely more on the comp.xemacs and xemacs
and contribute some hacking/learning time of your own.
2) Alternatively stick with emacs for now.
Incidentally, your brain-dead mailer is generating incorrect reply-to
addresses for you--
my message to you this morning bounced.
Bart Bunting writes:
> emacspeak seems to work fine under xemacs, except:
> some of the emacspeak keys don't seem to be bound correctly.
> including c-e c-e and c-e spc.
> when i try to emacspeak-speak-page-interactivly, after hitting c-e
> i get a backtrace as follows:
> # bind (standard-output stack-trace-on-signal debug-on-signal stack-trace-on-error debug-on-error)
> sit-for(1 0 nil)
> #<compiled-function (from "emacspeak-speak.elc") nil "...(11)" [emacspeak-speak-page emacspeak-ask-how-to-speak "page" sit-for 1 0 nil] 7 "Speak the start of, rest of, or the entire page.\n's' to speak the start.\n'r' to speak the rest.\nany other key to speak entire page. " nil>()
> # (condition-case ... . error)
> # (catch top-level ...)
> Does this mean anything to you? or is this a xemacs problem?
> I am as yet not familiar enough with lisp to understand the backtrace.
> any explanations or pointers you have are greatly appreciated.
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