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bug#39682: 26.3; Help window for list-packages disabled


From: Tim Johnson
Subject: bug#39682: 26.3; Help window for list-packages disabled
Date: Thu, 20 Feb 2020 14:14:20 -0900
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I'm sorry, but I am not seeing anything that edifies me. Pressing SPC does take me through the function, but the edebug instrumentation ends at the end of defun without showing me anything that I could share.

But, there is something else that may be helpful:

The source code I am directed to is

.emacs.d/elpa/help-fns+-20170223.733/help-fns+.el

Does it not appear that I am executing an override function perhaps from an older version of the helps-fns+ package?

Before I look for an upgrade, I wanted all concerned to read this in case you have other analysis in mind.

On 2/20/20 12:30 PM, Noam Postavsky wrote:
Tim Johnson <address@hidden> writes:

Noam, I am not familiar with edebug.

Can you give me some more code examples?
Basically just put point on the source code of describe-package, and hit
C-u C-M-x, that will instrument the function.  Then run
package-menu-describe-package with "?" or however, and you will stop in
describe-package.  Press space to step through each expression.

On 2/20/20 11:22 AM, Noam Postavsky wrote:
Tim Johnson <address@hidden> writes:

(package-desc-p (tabulated-list-get-id))
just returns t
    message("No package specified")
    describe-package(#s(package-desc :name ack :version (1 8) :summary...
    package-menu-describe-package()
Hmm, very strange.  Could you step through describe-package with edebug,
and see how this condition is getting taken, even though package-desc-p
should apparently be returning t?

    (if (not (or (package-desc-p package) (and package (symbolp package))))
        (message "No package specified")


--
Tim
tj49.com






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