On Sat, Jun 13, 2009 at 08:19, Stephen J. Turnbull<stephen(a)xemacs.org> wrote:
Tom Browder writes:
> You're probably right. I did find a couple of debian
files, one of
> which looks most likely is:
> Is there any way to un-byte-compile it to see what's in it?
Just do C-u C-x C-f ... RET binary RET on it. Among other things, in
the first few lines you'll find a point to the source file, which
still exists somewhere (probably /etc/emacs IIRC). Take a few seconds
I took that route (sort of, using 'locate'), nothing there.
I looked at the system dired.el, though, and there is a function that
tests varius things and obviously returns t so the variable is marked
t. Explicitly setting it to nil cut out those results.
Thanks, Steve. (I guess I'm just going to have to learn the lisp guts
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