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Re: ediff failure if diff doesn't exist

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: ediff failure if diff doesn't exist
Date: Thu, 18 May 2006 22:03:26 -0400

    I wasn't really proposing a solution, just pointing to some places
    that might fail to work as intended, because the code doesn't take the
    possibility of signalling an error into account.

Would you like to look at those places to see if there are real
problems?  For each place, the question is: is there a real case where
the program would not be found, and where signalling a Lisp error
leads to bad results?

I would expect that in most of these cases a Lisp error and its error
message would be an ok outcome.  But you may find some where it is
desirable to arrange some other behavior.

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