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Re: feature request: indicator of minibuffer-recursion depth

From: Juanma Barranquero
Subject: Re: feature request: indicator of minibuffer-recursion depth
Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2007 20:48:17 +0200

On 6/15/07, Stefan Monnier <address@hidden> wrote:

AFAIK, the number of elements on this hook doesn't have any impact
on fragility.

IMO, the more functions in a hook, the bigger the possibility of
unexpected interactions. Call me paranoid.

I haven't looked in detail, but unless the Elisp code needs to go through
funny contortions to do its job

No, no funny contortions. It's non configurable, though; it should be fixed.

The C version is not a mode, it's always on (though it does nothing
unless minibuffer-depth-indicator is a string of non-zero length).
That's a big plus in my view. I hate having modes for trivialities: a
new function and a new mode variable just for this. Grr.


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