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Recursive `require' for feature `code-pages' (was: Additional autoload-c
Recursive `require' for feature `code-pages' (was: Additional autoload-coding-system entries in code-pages.el)
Mon, 07 Mar 2005 16:18:04 +0100
Gnus/5.11 (Gnus v5.11) Emacs/22.0.50 (gnu/linux)
On Fri, Mar 04 2005, Reiner Steib wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 01 2005, Stefan Monnier wrote:
>> Reiner Steib wrote:
>>> I propose to add autoloads for all iso-8859-* and windows-125* coding
>>> systems. With these autoload, Gnus (and probably also other Emacs
>>> based mail and news readers) are able to display articles with the
>>> corresponding MIME charsets correctly.
>> So those autoloads would indeed be very helpful,
> On Thu, Mar 03 2005, Richard Stallman wrote:
>> It seems good it me. Handa, do you agree?
> As nobody seems to object, I have installed the patch.
There's a problem with this:
- Save the attached file as "Latin-7.txt".
- Start Emacs:
$ LC_ALL=C emacs -Q Latin-7.txt
- C-h v buffer-file-coding-system RET gives:
| buffer-file-coding-system's value is iso-latin-7
| Local in buffer Latin-7.txt; global value is nil
| Automatically becomes buffer-local when set in any fashion.
But the non-ASCII characters are displayed as \377, and the mode line
doesn't display latin-7 but undecided.
- In the *Messages* buffer, I get:
Error during redisplay:
(error Recursive `require' for feature `code-pages') [9 times]
`M-: (featurep 'code-pages) RET' gives t.
- When loading the file "Latin-7.txt" again, the non-ASCII characters
are displayed correctly.
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