>>> In message <kighfwpsoat.fsf(a)jagor.srce.hr>
>>> On the subject of "Re: a new user"
>>> Sent on 27 Oct 1998 22:11:22 +0100
>>> Honorable Hrvoje Niksic <hniksic(a)srce.hr> writes:
> Sam Steingold <sds(a)goems.com> writes:
> > >>>> In message <m3emrvc58n.fsf_-_(a)eho.eaglets.com>
> > >>>> On the subject of "a new user"
> > >>>> Sent on 26 Oct 1998 17:45:12 -0500
> > >>>> Honorable Sam Steingold <sds(a)goems.com> writes:
> > >>
> > >> 2. When a key is undefined or bound to an undefined function, nothing
> > >> happens. Emacs beeps, can I make XEmacs beep too?
> > The reason for this misbehavior is that I set `debug-on-error' to T
> > in .emacs. Is there a way to have both backtrace on important
> > errors and ding on undefined keys?
> You mean, have `debug-ignored-errors' default to non-nil? I wanted
I did not set `debug-ignored-errors', so it was nil.
what I was observing: (with debug-ignored-errors = nil; debug-on-error =
when I type <insert an undefined key sequence here> **nothing
happens** - no ding, no backtrace, just plain *nothing*.
> that, but I was overruled. A sample setting for
what was the rationale?
> can be found at lisp/loaddefs.el (look at the commented-out
What I see there is what I get for free in Emacs.
I guess I'll just remove the comments and re-dump.
That's what the GPL is for, right? :-)
As for the packages:
- I got xemacs-base and efs and installed the rest via
* I had to install vm and mh-e, which I will never use, but
which are required by some other packaged I wanted - which ones?!
- I am getting
(4) (warning/warning) Autoload error in:
Symbol's value as variable is void: flyspell-mode-map
in `*Warnings-Show*', I think this was discussed here before.
- I am getting
Signaling: (void-variable last-buffer-undo-list)
(eq last-buffer-undo-list nil)
(or (eq buffer-undo-list t) (eq last-buffer-undo-list nil) (not (or ... ...)) (or (eq
buffer-undo-list pending-undo-list) (eq ... pending-undo-list)))
(not (or (eq buffer-undo-list t) (eq last-buffer-undo-list nil) (not ...) (or ...
make-frame((user-size t user-position t reverse nil minibuffer nil cursor-type bar
scroll-bar-width 12 mouse-color "magenta" foreground-color
"DarkSlateBlue" background-color "lightgray" cursor-color
"Blue" minibuffer nil cursor-type bar scroll-bar-width 12 mouse-color
"magenta" foreground-color "DarkSlateBlue" background-color
"lightgray" cursor-color "Blue" height 40 width 80 minibuffer t left
591 top 415 border-width 0 internal-border-width 4 border-color "#000000000000"
byte-code("..." [abbreviate-file-name default-directory expand-file-name
format "%s%d-%s" auto-save-list-file-prefix emacs-pid system-name
auto-save-list-file-name run-hooks emacs-startup-hook term-setup-hook nil
frame-notice-user-settings window-setup-hook] 6)
on startup (I am not getting this with -q) and I am at a loss as to
what would cause this. I did not observe this before, and
`last-buffer-undo-list' is not present in my .emacs.
Sam Steingold (http://www.goems.com/~sds
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