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Re: "Loading 00debian-vars. ... End of file during parsing."

From: Javier
Subject: Re: "Loading 00debian-vars. ... End of file during parsing."
Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2014 22:13:41 +0000 (UTC)
User-agent: tin/2.0.1-20111224 ("Achenvoir") (UNIX) (Linux/3.9.8-1-ARCH (x86_64))

I have a similar problem in emacs 24.3.1 in my arch linux (compiled
from the yaourt package emacs-lucid emacs-lucid 24.3-4).

If I try to byte-compile my ~/.emacs from the text mode "emacs -nw" in an
xterm I get a bunch of warnings and at the end the same error.

.emacs:17:8:Warning: `end-of-buffer' used from Lisp code
That command is designed for interactive use only
.emacs:1:26:Error: End of file during parsing

If I byte-compile from the graphical emacs (X) it sucessfully
generates ~/.emacs.elc

Andrew Pennebaker <address@hidden> wrote:
> I'm trying to use Vagrant and Cask to automate setting up development
> environments with my favorite editor, Emacs v24, and my favorite settings,
> .emacs.
> My Puppet script mostly works, but when I try to reprovision (to grab new
> Cask dependencies), I get a strange error.
> Trace:
> $ vagrant up
> $ vagrant provision
> Loading 00debian-vars...
> End of file during parsing
> Source:
> Could this be a problem with Ubuntu, or possibly Emacs 24? I hope it's a
> simple mistake on my part in manifests/default.pp.

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