|Subject:||Fwd: Crappyness of Emacs Version 24.5.1 defadvice|
|Date:||Fri, 1 Jul 2016 13:39:10 +0200|
|User-agent:||Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux i686; rv:45.0) Gecko/20100101 Icedove/45.1.0|
have a function which needs to trigger some cleanup when done - removing temporary files.
Understand it being a case to advice it. As we have some users with Emacs 23 still
a change in advice.el of Emacs 24.4 goes into the way.
Forward this message, as there seem to be others too
stumbling over this.
** `defadvice' does not honor the `freeze' flag and cannot
Maybe switching back might not break anything and being recommendable?
There exists nadvice.el still for the folks needing the most advanced.
Just a question,
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I have recently upgraded Emacs Version 24.5.1 emacs-24.5-bin-i686-mingw32.zip I have a bunch of defadvice forms for implementing a d-speedbar feature that is superior to the built in speedbar feature. (defadvice describe-mode (around d-speedbar activate) (delete-other-windows) ad-do-it) C-h f describe-mode RET says: :around advice: `ad-Advice-describe-mode' it used to say: :around advice: d-speedbar The old behavior is preferable so I know which file the advice is coming from.
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