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Octave under Xemacs

From: Stephen Eglen
Subject: Octave under Xemacs
Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2000 14:25:48 +0000 (GMT)

John W. Eaton writes:
 > On 28-Feb-2000, SZABO Sandor <address@hidden> wrote:
 > | I'm not an Xemacs expert.
 > | I split the XWindow. In one of them I write the Octave code,
 > | Xemacs is in Octave mode.
 > | In the other window I run Octave.
 > | When I type == (double equal sign)
 > | in Octave mode (Xemacs version 20.4) I obtain the error message
 > | from Octave in the other window
 > | (1) (warning/warning) Error caught in `font-lock-pre-idle-hook'
 > | How could I avoid this? What should I do?
 > This doesn't seem to be a problem for me.  I'm using the latest
 > version of the Emacs Lisp code from the 2.1.x Octave sources and GNU
 > Emacs 20.4.
 > I've just put the current Emacs Lisp code up on in
 > the directory /pub/octave/emacs.  Can you please try those files and
 > see if you still have problems?  If so, can you please try to debug
 > it?

I think this may be a problem with the font lock code under XEmacs,
which works okay for Emacs.  (I never tested the font lock code when I
looked at running octave-mode under XEmacs).  I'll try to take a look
sometime next week.


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