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Re: Max-specpdl-size Bug in Emacs Lisp Interpreter?

From: Herbert Euler
Subject: Re: Max-specpdl-size Bug in Emacs Lisp Interpreter?
Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2006 22:07:26 +0800

From: David Kastrup <address@hidden>
To: "Herbert Euler" <address@hidden>
CC: address@hidden,  address@hidden
Subject: Re: Max-specpdl-size Bug in Emacs Lisp Interpreter?
Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2006 08:36:01 +0200

The mailing list is not a single person, and you better get used to
it.  You can't expect everybody with an opinion on a question to read
the list hourly for your sake.

So you minunderstood me.  Of course, I didn't mean I want a reply
within an hour.  I'm sorry, I didn't express it clearly.

When I posted this thread, I just wanted to confirm whether it's a bug.
Perhaps I should post it in bug-gnu-emacs, but since I was not sure about
it and most Emacs developers read threads in this list as well, I posted it
here.  Did you notice the last sentence?  It's "Does this imply a bug in
Emacs Lisp interpreter?"  Simply "no" is also an answer.  After that, most
developers had followed other threads, but didn't follow this one.  And
I then replied it myself, but again got no response after another day, in
which most developers had read this mailing list again.  And so on.  I'm
not an Emacs developer, and also not familar with Emacs internals.  I
believe Emacs developers know about it, so I subscribe this mailing list
and post.  Appearntly I'm too anxious to say "no response", for I'm
not sure does there someone notice that, and thread last more than
several days definitely will be forgot.

Guanpeng Xu

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