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Re: Something like `without-redisplay'?

From: Alexander Shukaev
Subject: Re: Something like `without-redisplay'?
Date: Mon, 31 Aug 2015 21:32:21 +0200

>> Can redisplay occur during command execution (in between of forms)?
> In general, no.  Emacs only enters redisplay when it is idle and no
> input is available.  But Lisp programs can trigger redisplay by
> calling some functions, like sit-for.
>> If yes, then wouldn't this produce nasty flickering in some cases
>> (especially when one manipulates point)?
> It depends on what the Lisp program does.
>> If all the above is true, then is there some form to protect the
>> code from running redisplay during its execution?
>> (without-redisplay
> It's the default.  Just don't anything that will forcefully trigger
> redisplay.

Thanks, Eli.

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