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bug#8338: 24.0.50; lexbind lisp error

From: Eric M. Ludlam
Subject: bug#8338: 24.0.50; lexbind lisp error
Date: Thu, 05 May 2011 07:42:02 -0400
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On 05/04/2011 11:47 PM, Stefan Monnier wrote:
I looked at the bzr trunk and here is how to reproduce

emacs -Q
enable semantic (semantic-mode 1)
open a c file kernel/fork.c
on a function name do semantic-ia-show-summary
exit emacs. This will ask to create semanticDB
start emacs -Q
open the same c file
you get the error

I believe I have found the culprit and fixed it with the patch below
which I have just installed into trunk.
Thanks Eric for pointing out that maybe the real problem was hidden by
a condition-case somewhere.

I'm bumping into another unexplained problem now, tho.  It might be due
to some local messed up database (the same problem shows up with
Emacs-23.3), but in any case, please confirm (or infirm) that the
problem is really fixed for you.



If semanticdb starts throwing errors which require a fix (as in this case), then there is also a chance that the output written to disk in the cache is corrupt. A good first step is to always just delete everything in your ~/.semanticdb directory and restart Emacs to eliminate this possibility.


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