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bug#135: generate autoloads versus eval-expression-print-level (patch)

From: Glenn Morris
Subject: bug#135: generate autoloads versus eval-expression-print-level (patch)
Date: Thu, 07 Jul 2011 13:20:55 -0400
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Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen wrote:

>> Haven't read the bug thread, but putting (progn print-level) in
>> *scratch* and doing C-M-x on it shows 4 in the echo area. IOW, that
>> description still applies, in the latest Windows build:
> `C-M-x' uses `eval-expression-print-level' and friends (which default to
> 4), so I think this isn't a bug.

I don't understand why answering a message which begins "Haven't read
the bug" means the bug can be closed.

As the bug says, some of the thread is missing, but it is easily found.


    It occurred to me to wonder what business eval-defun has binding
    those print variables during the eval, as opposed to just the
    printing of the result, but doing anything about that looks a bit

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