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Re: SES local variables to define printers

From: Vincent Belaïche
Subject: Re: SES local variables to define printers
Date: Fri, 24 May 2013 07:53:13 +0200

Answers below

> Date: Thu, 23 May 2013 15:35:51 -0600
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> To: address@hidden
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> Subject: Re: SES local variables to define printers
> > - is that possible to check that a function do no border effect, like a
> > SES printer function should do --- well, I presume, at least for
> > buffer locally defined function --- anyway I would create some
> > defcustom to deactivate that security check.
> See `unsafep' (and the warning about display properties).

I will have a look, thanks for pointing at that.

> > - is that possible to check that when a function is executing, that
> > takes a reasonable time, and if not to interact with the use and ask
> > whether he/she would like to double that time
> There is `with-timeout', but it's not much better than just letting the
> user use C-g.

My intent is to keep the spread sheet in consistent state as as much as
possible. As printing is deferred from cell formula value processing and
reference inferring, a break during printing should not cause too much
harm, but I have to check that with some intentionnally long printing.

> Davis

> -- 
> This product is sold by volume, not by mass. If it appears too dense or
> too sparse, it is because mass-energy conversion has occurred during
> shipping.

Do you mean something like an obese chicken crossing the Atlantic ocean
on a rowing boat ? Well, that can't be that: chicken are not thing, but
they are living creatures ! --- and, besidesn they are not very good at

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