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Re: watching for variable assignment

From: Eric Abrahamsen
Subject: Re: watching for variable assignment
Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2014 18:54:06 +0800
User-agent: Gnus/5.13001 (Ma Gnus v0.10) Emacs/24.3 (gnu/linux)

Jambunathan K <address@hidden> writes:

> Eric Abrahamsen <address@hidden> writes:
>> nnimap-split-fancy
> Why don't you rgrep for it and see where all it is getting referenced in
> the source code?
> Try to reduce your "sample space".  Specifically focus on parts, where
> it is getting "written to" and eliminate places where it is being
> "read".

Yeah, I tried that but didn't get anything conclusive. The variable is
defvar'd in gnus-sum.el, and defvoo'd in nnimap.el, and otherwise is
only let. I've put the output of a full rgrep on my .emacs.d directory
below. All the bbdb-gnus related stuff hasn't changed in literally a
decade, so I doubt it's that.

I just know that in a few days' time I'm going to be begging pardon for
wasting everyone's time on a stupid problem that was all my fault to
begin with, but... In the meantime, this is terribly frustrating!

./bbdb/lisp/bbdb-gnus.el:359:with the `nnimap-split-fancy' method you have to 
use macros, that is your setting
./bbdb/lisp/bbdb-gnus.el:362:\(setq nnimap-split-rule  'nnimap-split-fancy
./bbdb/lisp/bbdb-gnus.el:364:       nnimap-split-fancy
./gnus/lisp/gnus-registry.el:429:entry in `nnmail-split-fancy' or 
`nnimap-split-fancy', for example like
./gnus/lisp/nnimap.el:88:(defvoo nnimap-split-fancy nil
./gnus/lisp/nnimap.el:1127:                      (nnimap-split-fancy
./gnus/lisp/nnimap.el:1129:                    (nnmail-split-fancy (or 
./gnus/lisp/nnimap.el:2028:         (nnimap-split-fancy
./gnus/lisp/nnimap.el:2030:       (nnmail-split-fancy (or nnimap-split-fancy
./gnus/lisp/gnus-sum.el:10699:(defvar nnimap-split-fancy)
./gnus/lisp/gnus-sum.el:10718:                   (nnimap-split-fancy
./gnus/lisp/gnus-sum.el:10720:                 (nnmail-split-fancy (or 

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