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bug#17696: 答复: bug#17696: 答复: bug#17696: Get an error message "File mode


From: 孙林
Subject: bug#17696: 答复: bug#17696: 答复: bug#17696: Get an error message "File mode specification error: (invalid-function with-file-modes)"
Date: Fri, 6 Jun 2014 06:35:50 +0000

Hi Pals:

After toggle-debug-on-error, the follow callstack appear when open an org file:
Debugger entered--Lisp error: (invalid-function with-file-modes)
  with-file-modes(448 "d:/windows/USER-T~1/babel-4476TKC")
  make-temp-file("babel-" t)
  byte-code("address@hidden@address@hidden !\203^[^@      $
  require(ob-core)
  byte-code("\300\301!\210\300\302!\210\300\303!\210\300\304!\210\300\305!\210\$
  require(ob)
  require(ob-emacs-lisp)
  #[(pair) "address@hidden@\304\305\306     address@hidden $
  mapc(#[(pair) "address@hidden@\304\305\306        address@hidden
...
It's seems that the macro ` with-file-modes' was treat as a function in 
make-temp-file. It's seems a issue of my local build.
I'll rebuild emacs and check this issue again.

Thanks
Sunline


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