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嚙緲嚙踝蕭嚙趣公嚙褒即嚙瞇嚙褐出嚙豌?


From: ba2xl_eze
Subject: 您有辦公室即將空出嗎?
Date: Sun, 28 Jul 2002 15:02:17 +0200

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Subject: Re: Bug: debug/mode-line/Tramp
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> Fascinating.  I wonder what Tramp does that might lead to the
> problem.  Or maybe it also happens without Tramp.

I started out with my .emacs file having about 780 lines and spent
some hours deleting a few lines at a time to find a minimal =
configuration
with which one can make the problem happen. And I was unabel to make
it happen without Tramp. Or without the let statment in the function.
But I share your wondering what Tramp have to do with it!

Lars



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