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Re: pc-selection-mode - error when set in .emacs

From: Joe Koenig
Subject: Re: pc-selection-mode - error when set in .emacs
Date: Mon, 8 Apr 2002 22:09:54 +0200
User-agent: slrn/ (Linux)

Richard Stallman wrote:
>     Hi, I have some difficulties turning on
>     (pc-selection-mode t)
>     when trying to set this after emacs is started, it works without any
>     problem. But I get an error message when trying to put it in ~/.emacs.
>     This is 21.2.1 on Linux.
> (That would be on GNU/Linux, I'd expect.  A kernel such as Linux
> is not enough by itself to run a program like Emacs.  See
> http://www.gnu.org/gnu/linux-and-gnu.html.)

So, what would you suggest? Oh, I see. But ... then ... you wouldn't be
able to run Emacs at all. :o) *run* :-)
But, yes: let credit go where credit is due: GNU/Linux
* bow * we owe *  We really do.

> Some changes have been made in pc-selection-mode recently.
> They are not in 21.2 since we didn't think they were fixes to
> serious bugs, but perhaps they do fix this one.  I will email
> you the latest version so you can try it.
> It does not fail for me in the current development Emacs,
> but perhaps it depends on something else in your .emacs file.
>     So I called "emacs --debug-init". These are the last lines of the debug
>     message:
> If it still fails, could you send the first few lines instead?

Great. That new version did it. The error also went away when removing
the parameter, like suggested by Andreas Schwab. But the new version
accepts both.



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