|Subject:||Re: How does M-x completion works|
|Date:||Tue, 23 Feb 2010 10:25:52 +0100|
|User-agent:||Opera Mail/10.10 (Win32)|
Although removed, they are still shown by the auto-completion, that's the trouble.Well, as it seems to be a hard coded reference (I looked at stringscontained in the exe, there seems to be a lot like this), I may try to adda script, which, at startup, will iterate on autoload definitions, check for each if the corresponding file exist, and if the file if not there, then remove the definition (if possible). Or perhaps, as an other alternative, recompile an Emacs without the unneeded hard coded definitions.Why? What problem do they cause?
--No-no, this isn't an oops ...or I hope (TM) - Don't blame me... I'm just not lucky
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