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bug#10125: 24.0.91; package.el (org): Macros in tar packages & order of

From: Stelian Iancu
Subject: bug#10125: 24.0.91; package.el (org): Macros in tar packages & order of byte compilation
Date: Fri, 25 Nov 2011 13:32:55 +0100

On Fri, Nov 25, 2011 at 04:31, Jambunathan K <address@hidden> wrote:
> Stelian
>> I am sorry to be asking a stupid question, but then, wouldn't restart
>> Emacs fix the issue and have the new compiled org files loaded? In my
>> case, that didn't seem to happen either (even though load-library
>> showed org-compat to be from ELPA).
> locate-library doesn't show what is *already* loaded. It will only shows
> what *will* be loaded.
> The most important thing during package compilation is this: Make sure
> there is no running instance of Org in any form. If this condition is
> not satisfied then to-be-installed files will be compiled with old
> definitions of macro. This is not what we want. We want the new files to
> be compiled with new macro definitions.
> Do things work for you when you start a *minimal* Emacs and *then* do
> M-x list-packages -> install? You don't have to apply Glenn's patch to
> get the desired behaviour (I am assuming here that you are probably not
> that comfortable working with patches).

I will try with a minimal Emacs first. You're right, I don't know my
way around patches that well :-). I am on OSX and I suppose I could
use something like homebrew for including the patch and building.

> Jambunathan K.
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