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Re: set-variable() causes some warnings in NTEmacs

From: MIYOSHI Masanori
Subject: Re: set-variable() causes some warnings in NTEmacs
Date: Sun, 22 May 2005 19:46:33 +0900
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>>>>> In <address@hidden> 
>>>>>   "Eli Zaretskii" <address@hidden> wrote:

eliz> Can't this be achieved without using system-type?

Maybe it's hard to do so.

Emacs on Windows has some `x-' prefixed functions but does not
have the others.  Without `system-type', it's difficult to
distinguish them

Of course, removing the following codes is an easy way to
suppress the warnings.

>       ;; If variables are removed from C code, give an error here!
>       (and native-p
>            (message "Note, built-in variable `%S' not bound" symbol))

eliz> Why does Emacs on Windows reference a GTK-related variable?

Because Emacs on Windows doesn't refer to the variable, I
excludes it and so forth from the list bound to `all' in my
previous patch.

MIYOSHI Masanori

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