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bug#13697: A way to tell if Emacs can interact with the user


From: Trey Ethan Harris
Subject: bug#13697: A way to tell if Emacs can interact with the user
Date: Wed, 3 Apr 2019 19:25:11 -0400

On Wed, Apr 3, 2019 at 6:56 PM Noam Postavsky address@hidden wrote:



Hmm, I'm not sure where all these threads you're talking about will come
from.  Emacs is still mostly single-threaded, and we still have stuff
like Bug#25214 "Interacting with user from threads other than the
primary" open.

Curious; when I start Emacs interactively and it gets stuck on, say, a desktop lock file (the most common thing that interrupts startup for me), initialization continues even as the yes-or-no-p waits. I assumed that meant there was threading. If it does not, then can whatever asynchronicity does let this continuation happen be substituted for “threads” in my suggestion above?


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