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bug#21994: Possible calendar mode bug

From: jan
Subject: bug#21994: Possible calendar mode bug
Date: Tue, 8 Dec 2015 15:31:11 +0000

Hi, see below

On 08/12/2015, Glenn Morris <address@hidden> wrote:
>>> H y
> The point of the cal-html package is to make an html calendar showing
> your diary entries. No-one imagined it would be used without a diary.

I used to use it to dump out a year's worth of months with blank
lines, print them out & stick them on the wall as my calendar (which I
write on). Why? I don't have to turn the computer on to see them, and
paper never crashes.  I suppose this is me <https://xkcd.com/1172/>.

> AFAICS, that's never worked.

It certainly used to. I *could* reproduce this problem in 22 (22.1 I
think) so it may have been 20 or even 19 that worked but I did used to
do this.

> Anyway, I added handling for that case to the emacs-25 branch.
>>> M-x diary <RET>
>>> *messages* says:
>>> Preparing diary...
>>> diary-list-entries: Wrong type argument: stringp, nil
> I can't reproduce any such issue with
> rm -rf /tmp/foo
> mkdir /tmp/foo
> HOME=/tmp/foo emacs-24.5

My prior email which you may not have got gave this as running on windows.

> My crystal ball says that you set diary-file to nil. Don't do that.
> (Not sure why you would do that then call M-x diary though.)

I didn't. There's no mention of 'diary' in my rather trivial .emacs file.

Running on windows server 2008 R2, from the splash screen: GNU Emacs
24.5.1 (i686-pc-mingw32).

Happy to answer any questions (esp reproducing prob with M-x diary if
that helps)




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