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Re: address@hidden: Re: pop3-read-response not robust in the presence of
Re: address@hidden: Re: pop3-read-response not robust in the presence of timers]
Mon, 28 Apr 2003 00:38:04 -0400
One could also approach this from the opposite side -- slapping (the
equivalent of) `save-buffer-excursion' around the timer functions
That would be one way to implement it for all the functions that can
run timers, including accept-process-output, read-event and
read-key-sequence. Still, the question is, is it ok to make the change
that timers can't change the current buffer.
Can anyone think of a situation where this would be a problem? Would
someone like to look through the code base and see if any timer needs
to change the current buffer?