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Re: emacsclient - bogus error message on Windows XP

From: Lennart Borgman (gmail)
Subject: Re: emacsclient - bogus error message on Windows XP
Date: Sun, 07 Jan 2007 19:21:46 +0100
User-agent: Thunderbird (Windows/20061207)

Francis Wright wrote:
When emacsclient needs to start Emacs as an alternate editor it now outputs an error message that says there is, in fact, no error. It then starts Emacs correctly. If run again, while Emacs is still running, there is no problem. The error message is illustrated below. It is not a huge problem when using emacsclient, but with emacsclientw it appears as a popup dialogue box that must be acknowledged to continue. This did not happen with emacsclient 22.0.91 (with the patch to handle quoting of filenames in MS Windows).

emacsclient -V
emacsclient 22.0.92

Have you downloaded from my site (EmacsW32)? Are you using the patched or the unpatched version? (I should add something to emacsclient -V telling whether is it patched or unpatched, but I have forgot that.)

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