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master e5d4fae 2/2: Remove some obsolete items from PROBLEMS

From: Stefan Kangas
Subject: master e5d4fae 2/2: Remove some obsolete items from PROBLEMS
Date: Mon, 17 Aug 2020 07:30:39 -0400 (EDT)

branch: master
commit e5d4fae6797330d91e901c7ecb1412551db12f6a
Author: Stefan Kangas <stefankangas@gmail.com>
Commit: Stefan Kangas <stefankangas@gmail.com>

    Remove some obsolete items from PROBLEMS
    * etc/PROBLEMS: Remove some obsolete items.
 etc/PROBLEMS | 38 --------------------------------------
 1 file changed, 38 deletions(-)

diff --git a/etc/PROBLEMS b/etc/PROBLEMS
index 598a79f..f68a183 100644
--- a/etc/PROBLEMS
+++ b/etc/PROBLEMS
@@ -419,27 +419,6 @@ EMACSLOADPATH overrides which directories the function 
"load" will search.
 If you observe strange problems, check for this variable in your
-*** Using epop3.el package causes Emacs to signal an error.
-The error message might be something like this:
-  "Lisp nesting exceeds max-lisp-eval-depth"
-This happens because epop3 redefines the function gethash, which is a
-built-in primitive beginning with Emacs 21.1.  We don't have a patch
-for epop3 to fix it, but perhaps a newer version of epop3 corrects that.
-*** Buffers from 'with-output-to-temp-buffer' get set up in Help mode.
-Changes in Emacs 20.4 to the hooks used by that function cause
-problems for some packages, specifically BBDB.  See the function's
-documentation for the hooks involved.  BBDB 2.00.06 fixes the problem.
-*** The Hyperbole package causes *Help* buffers not to be displayed in
-Help mode due to setting 'temp-buffer-show-hook' rather than using
-'add-hook'.  Using '(add-hook 'temp-buffer-show-hook 'help-mode-finish)'
-after loading Hyperbole should fix this.
 ** Keyboard problems
 *** Unable to enter the M-| key on some German keyboards.
@@ -575,13 +554,6 @@ For example, simply moving through a file that contains 
hundreds of
 thousands of characters per line is slow, and consumes a lot of CPU.
 This is a known limitation of Emacs with no solution at this time.
-*** Emacs uses 100% of CPU time
-This was a known problem with some old versions of the Semantic package.
-The solution was to upgrade Semantic to version 2.0pre4 (distributed
-with CEDET 1.0pre4) or later.  Note that Emacs includes Semantic since
-23.2, and this issue does not apply to the included version.
 *** Display artifacts on GUI frames on X-based systems.
 This is known to be caused by using double-buffering (which is enabled
@@ -1952,11 +1924,6 @@ A few versions of the Linux kernel have timer bugs that 
break CPU
 profiling; see Bug#34235.  To fix the problem, upgrade to one of the
 kernel versions 4.14.97, 4.19.19, or 4.20.6, or later.
-*** GNU/Linux: Process output is corrupted.
-There is a bug in Linux kernel 2.6.10 PTYs that can cause emacs to
-read corrupted process output.
 *** GNU/Linux: Remote access to CVS with SSH causes file corruption.
 If you access a remote CVS repository via SSH, files may be corrupted
@@ -2740,11 +2707,6 @@ library on these systems.  The solution is to 
reconfigure Emacs while
 disabling all the features that require libgio: rsvg, dbus, gconf, and
-*** Building Emacs for Cygwin can fail with GCC 3
-As of Emacs 22.1, there have been stability problems with Cygwin
-builds of Emacs using GCC 3.  Cygwin users are advised to use GCC 4.
 *** Building Emacs 23.3 and later will fail under Cygwin 1.5.19
 This is a consequence of a change to src/dired.c on 2010-07-27.  The

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