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Re: Symbol's function definition is void: global-font-lock-mode-buffers

From: Miles Bader
Subject: Re: Symbol's function definition is void: global-font-lock-mode-buffers
Date: Thu, 16 Jun 2005 08:06:34 +0900

On 6/16/05, Peter Dyballa <address@hidden> wrote:
> GNU Emacs 23 is getting more and more unusable (I'm doing tla update).
> Do I have to update some code in .emacs? The ChangeLog does not explain
> much, the README thinks it's GNU Emacs 22.0.50 ...

I can't speak to this particular problem, but in general if you get
variable undefined or function undefined, some things to remember:

* At the _least_ always recompile your elisp files after updating, by
doing "make -C lisp recompile"

* Especially for undefined function errors, it may help to rebuild the
autoloads by doing (I think) "make -C lisp autoloads"

* If you're still having problems, you can do "make bootstrap" to
recompile everything from scratch (this one is very slow, so I don't
do it unless necessary).

As I am merging changes from the trunk (Emacs 22) into Emacs 23 on
roughly a weekly basis, it's possible for a bug from the trunk to slip
in, and a subsequent fix to be missed until the next update.  I will
gladly do an earlier update if asked, of course.

Do not taunt Happy Fun Ball.

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