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Sat, 6 Oct 2007 14:20:36 +0000
I've just done a update on the CVS trunk. It doesn't build, though I've
tried many things to get it going:
I tried the usual INSTALL.CVS recipe: ./configure; make; cd lisp; make
recompile EMACS=../src/emacs; cd ..; make
(i) I had to download the new ../doc directory in. No complaints about
this. But for anybody else who needs to do this, the recipe is "cvs
(ii) It worked up until "make recompile EMACS=../srce/emacs". This
failed for the lack of (defmacro with-demoted-errors). I solved this by
rebytecompiling subr.el by hand. I think the bug here is that "make
recompile" doesn't first recompile the "critical"[*] files first and
then load them. Our ..../lisp/Makefile doesn't reflect the dependencies
in our files.el.
After hand-compiling subr.el, "make recompile ..." worked.
[*] Not sure which files count as "critical", but subr.el is certainly
amongst them. Probably simple.el, too.
(iii) cd ..; make. This fails just after dumping the emacs executable,
giving these messages:
Dumping under names emacs and emacs-22.214.171.124
1153925 pure bytes used
./emacs -q -batch -f list-load-path-shadows
Symbol's function definition is void: encoded-kbd-setup-display
(defun encoded-kbd-setup-display...) is in
..../lisp/international/encoded-kb.el. I've byte compiled this by hand,
but this doesn't help. Should encoded-kb.el perhaps be in loadup.el?
Or do we need an autoload?
Anybody got a quick workaround for this encoded-kbd-setup-display
Alan Mackenzie (Ittersbach, Germany).
- update Hades,
Alan Mackenzie <=