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Re: .bat, generic-x bug

From: Eli Zaretskii
Subject: Re: .bat, generic-x bug
Date: Mon, 6 Nov 2000 09:40:41 +0200 (IST)

On Mon, 6 Nov 2000, Stephan Zimmermann wrote:

> (New file)
> Wrong type argument: keymapp, nil
> I'm using Emacs on Win98se and Win2k.
> I've put
> (require 'generic-x)
> in my .emacs.
> Since then I always get the error message
> "Wrong type argument: keymapp, nil"
> when I try to open  *.bat files.

Thank you for your report.

Does this happen if you start Emacs with "emacs -q", then type
"M-: (require 'generic-x) RET", and then try to visit a .bat file?

If the above reproduces the problem, please set the variable 
debug-on-error to t, immediately after starting Emacs with -q, then
type "M-: (require 'generic-x) RET", and then try to visit a .bat file
and post the traceback of the function calls leading to the error
which Emacs pops up.

If "emacs -q" doesn't reproduce the problem, there's something else in 
your .emacs file that affects this problem.  You need to find out what 
that something else is.

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