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bug#34294: 27.0.50; flymake-start-on-save-buffer has no effect


From: João Távora
Subject: bug#34294: 27.0.50; flymake-start-on-save-buffer has no effect
Date: Mon, 6 May 2019 00:02:38 +0100



On Sun, May 5, 2019 at 9:10 PM Juri Linkov <address@hidden> wrote:
> I have flymake-start-on-save-buffer customized to 't' to check syntax
> only when a buffer is saved, but it still checks the unfinished work
> while edits are in progress, showing the errors that make no sense
> until the buffer is saved, even when flymake-start-syntax-check-on-newline
> and flymake-start-on-flymake-mode are nil.
>
> Is it possible to customize flymake to kick in only on saving?

Pushed to master changes confirmed by João.

I guess I can't complain much, since I've been largely absent due to
absolute lack of time, and very late on the review of these patches.
I also think we're conflating lots of different stuff on this issue, which
makes it difficult for me to follow.

Anyway, your initiative got my attention.  Do you remember what I
wrote previously?

> [jt] I would even go as far as obsoleting the variable entirely, and
> use make-obsolete-variable instead: there's no real reason
> why newline should be given special treatment.  And users
> that need this for some obscure reason can probably plug it
> in post-self-insert-hook.

> If you obsolete the variable, you can remove it from the
> manual, too.

I still think this is the best option, so if you didn't already push that,
I would be thankful that you do. It should solve your issue and make
the code and manual simpler.

And maybe consider opening different bugs for the other issues?

Thanks,
--
João Távora

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