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bug#7533: 24.0.50; `dired-mark-pop-up': delete frame afterwards if `pop-

From: martin rudalics
Subject: bug#7533: 24.0.50; `dired-mark-pop-up': delete frame afterwards if `pop-up-frames'
Date: Fri, 06 Apr 2012 16:53:58 +0200

>> but apparently this variable is no more supported by `display-buffer'
>> (I'm not sure whether that's by design).
> I don't know what you mean by that.  Dunno whether it is supported by
> `display-buffer, but I do still use `pop-up-frames' and it works fine in 
> (apart from this bug, AFAIK).  And I thought you took care to ensure that it
> did, for Emacs 24.

It was disabled by `dired-pop-to-buffer'.  Already fixed in my patch.

>> Would the attached patch fix it?
> For my own complete setup, yes.  But that's no doubt because I take other
> measures elsewhere.
> For the recipe I gave, however (see above), no.  The separate `*Deletions*'
> frame popped up just becomes iconified.  It is still available as a frame (and
> as a buffer).  It is still in the list of frames, and it is thus shown in the 
> Windows task bar.

Have you set `frame-auto-hide-function' to `delete-frame'?

> In Emacs 22 the buffer was not shown in a separate frame, disrespecting
> `special-display-regexps'.  I prefer (slightly) that the latter be respected, 
> that the buffer is shown in a separate frame.  But only if the frame, like a
> pop-up window, is completely removed when done.

The current handling of `special-display-regexps' seems to override the
way Emacs 22 behaved in this regard.


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