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Re: Difference between M-x and call-interactively

From: martin rudalics
Subject: Re: Difference between M-x and call-interactively
Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2012 14:52:20 +0200

> (IIRC, I have seen this on Windows XP.  I don't have the
> Windows machine with me now, so I can't verify.)
> I was trying to narrow this issue further and ended up observing
> whatever the subject claims.
> 1. C-x C-f some-file
> 2. C-x C-w some-file-1
> 3. Make some random changes some-file-1
> 4. M-x ediff-buffers RET (some-file and some-file-1).  Press n in
> control panel.  I note that the focus stays within the control panel.
> Now instead of step 4 above, if I C-x C-e below form in scratch buffer
>   (call-interactively 'ediff-buffers)
> I see that the focus shifts away from the control panel.
> In summary, M-x ediff-buffers gives correct behaviour.  But C-x C-e of
> the interactive call yields buggy behaviour.
> Any ideas on what could cause this behaviour?

Unreproducible here on Windows XP.


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