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Re: TRAMP vs xemacs 21.5.b17

From: Daniel O'Connor
Subject: Re: TRAMP vs xemacs 21.5.b17
Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2004 22:02:25 +0930
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On Mon, 18 Oct 2004 19:50, Michael Albinus wrote:
> > I tried 2.1.2 but tramp-smb.el still causes the memory gobbling :(
> > Commenting out the eval-when-compile stuff has no effect though, so it's
> > even worse than 2.0.44 :(
> Strange strange strange.

ya :)

> Could you, please (setq debug-on-quit t) ? Then, byte-compile
> tramp-smb.el from within XEmacs, and interrupt it if it doesn't
> return. Maybe the backtrace gives some evidences ...

I didn't do this..

> Another idea: XEmacs 21.5.b17 crashes on my Debian host when loading
> Tramp. This is due to the coding scheme, declared in the first line of
> Tramp's *.el files. Maybe you remove these lines?

But this DID fix it(!)

Very weird :(
Any idea if this is a known XEmacs bug?

Maybe I should hassle them :)

Daniel O'Connor software and network engineer
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