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Re: Symbol's function definition is void: <

From: Andreas Roehler
Subject: Re: Symbol's function definition is void: <
Date: Fri, 26 Jun 2009 21:44:21 +0200
User-agent: Thunderbird (X11/20081227)

Lennart Borgman wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 2:10 PM, Andreas
> Roehler<address@hidden> wrote:
>> Lennart Borgman wrote:
>>> I have got a strange bug report for nXhtml. The report says that < is
>>> not defined. Please see
>>>     http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/NxhtmlMode#toc13
>>> What functions could make < void? fset?
>> Encountering that error from time to time, reason here is regulary:
>> a crashed beginning-of-buffer command --wrongly typed-- left a "<", which 
>> was saved
>>  when closing Emacs.
>> If I start Emacs again, that error is signaled.
>> So sorry, should I'm be the only stupid one doing such things.
>> But, earnestly, would expect just this reason for the OP.
> Andreas, could you please explain what you did? I do not understand.

Hi Lennart,

seems I mistook something.

When starting Emacs, occassionaly I get that warning:

| Warning (initialization): An error occurred while loading `MY-PATH/.emacs':
| Symbol's value as variable is void: <

Thats caused by a "<" wrongly inserted into some
lisp-file from failed executiong of keys
"\M-<". (beginning-of-buffer).

But seems not your problem, as it is no function mentioned.

Sorry for the noise.


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