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bug#26321: 25.1; (require 'package) takes minutes on Windows

From: Geoffrey S. Knauth
Subject: bug#26321: 25.1; (require 'package) takes minutes on Windows
Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2017 13:54:33 -0400

Oh, I see what happened.  Somehow a gpg was on the PATH from an old minghc 
installation.  I’ll remove it and try again.

MinGHC and Stack are Haskell programming tools.

Let me see if removing MinGHC solves the problem.


> On Mar 31, 2017, at 13:15 , Noam Postavsky <address@hidden> wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 31, 2017 at 10:29 AM, Geoffrey S. Knauth <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Additional backtrace information that might be useful, via M-x
>> toggle-debug-on-quit:
>> Debugger entered--Lisp error: (quit)
>> call-process("c:/Users/knauthg/AppData/Local/Programs/minghc-7.10.2-x86_64/git-"
>>  nil (t nil) nil "--with-colons" "--list-config")
> https://github.com/fpco/minghc says "MinGHC is dead. Please use Stack."
> Does that mean anything to you?
> If you run 'gpg --with-colons --list-config' at the command line does
> it also take 2 minutes?
>>  apply(call-process
>> "c:/Users/knauthg/AppData/Local/Programs/minghc-7.10.2-x86_64/git-"
>>  nil (t nil) nil ("--with-colons" "--list-config"))
>> epg-config--make-gpg-configuration("c:/Users/knauthg/AppData/Local/Programs/minghc-7.10.2-x86_64/git-")
>>  epg-find-configuration(OpenPGP)
>>  #[0 "\300\301!\205
> It looks like the backtrace was cut off, could you save it in Emacs,
> and send it as attachment instead?
> Also, please start emacs as 'emacs -Q -l package.el -l epg.el' which
> should load some sources and give a nicer backtrace.

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