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Re: address@hidden: compilation-previous-error fails if first error is a

From: Jan Djärv
Subject: Re: address@hidden: compilation-previous-error fails if first error is at start of buffer]
Date: Mon, 08 Jan 2007 10:05:17 +0100
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Nick Roberts skrev:
 > > If the compilation buffer begins with error lines right at the top:
> > > > c:/EmacsW32/etc/EmacsW32Util.html:7:5: Warning: <link> inserting "type" > > attribute > > c:/EmacsW32/etc/EmacsW32Util.html:12:19: Warning: <table> lacks > > "summary" attribute > > c:/EmacsW32/etc/EmacsW32Util.html:29:5: Warning: <table> lacks "summary" > > attribute > > > > then if point is on second line compilation-previous-error fails. > > > > What is the error message?

Warnings and errors are equivalent in the compilation buffer.

I was referring to some message in the minibuffer and *Messages*, like:

  compilation-next-error: Moved back before first error

I don't see how
Lennart gets error lines right at the top as I always get the following four

    -*- mode: compilation; default-directory: "~/" -*-
    Compilation started at Mon Jan  8 21:22:48

    `command used for my compilation'

I always get these too.

Perhaps this is for his patched version.  Anyway there's not much point fixing
it when, like the heads of the Lernaean Hydra, two new bugs will take it's
place in FOR-RELEASE.

If it is for some patched version, we can probably ignore it. There is no way I can reproduce it with the given information anyway.

        Jan D.

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