>>>> "Stephen" == Stephen J Turnbull
Uwe Brauer writes:
> Thanks but which version of w3 are you using? I have 1.33
> In mine (w3-expand-entity-at-point-maybe) is not a function
> but from w3-parse
> (defsubst w3-expand-entity-at-point-maybe ()
A defsubst is a function definition; it's just advice to the
to inline it if the definition is already know at the time of
Thanks for you comments.
Bill Perry is an idiot. It's wrapped in
"eval-when-compile", I guess
in an attempt to save five or six bytes in w3-parse.elc. Try
compiling babel.el. If that doesn't work, unwrap the form (delete the
line "(eval-when-compile" and one parenthesis at the end.
does not help.
You meant delete that line in w3-parse.el not in babel? Anyway deleting
that line in w3-parse help somehow but now another error occurred.
Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument char-or-string-p
The full trace is below:
That looks like a coding problem to me now
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