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Re: Wrong type argument: integerp, (48 . 57) (SOLVED; MORE on table.el)

From: Kenichi Handa
Subject: Re: Wrong type argument: integerp, (48 . 57) (SOLVED; MORE on table.el)
Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2007 08:48:24 +0900
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In article <address@hidden>, "Alan E. Davis" <address@hidden> writes:

> On 8/28/07, Kenichi Handa <address@hidden> wrote:
> >
> >
> > The latest table.el doesn't have such function as
> > table--deep-copy-rebind-keymap.  Please check which table.el
> > you are using by M-x locate-library RET table RET.

> I have removed (marked unreadable) any table.* in my load path except that
> provided by emacs as distributed, for now anyway.

Do you mean that the current problem was solved by that?

> Since several people seem to know the insides of table.el, I am curious
> about the latex code.  Searching for this problem, I ran across an old copy
> of table.el that I had renamed, in which I had edited the LaTeX code string
> that is inserted when the LaTeX  source code is genrated by table.el.   My
> changes were pretty simple, mainly a complete header so I can compile the
> table as a file without having to edit it anymore.  I am an itinerant
> programmer only, making a few changes here and there as the need arises;
> however, it occurs to me that my need may be shared by others, and perhaps I
> may make a suggestion.  The latex  code for the top of the table and the
> bottom (\end{tabular}, might be made into a variable.

> To whom would I address this idea?  This part of the table.el code doesn't
> seem to have changed much in the newer verion.

I have no idea about what problem you are talking about.
But, why don't you discuss that matter with the author
Takaaki Ota <address@hidden> (included in CC: of
this mail)?

Kenichi Handa

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