>>>> "iloveya2" == iloveya2
iloveya2> Symbol's function definition is void:
I know what this is, it should not be happening. You must be using
an uncompiled lisp library from XEmacs 21.5; this macro should not
be found anywhere else, and if the library were compiled it would have
disappeared (macros are not called, they are expanded).
Start XEmacs, evaluate
(defun globally-declare-fboundp () nil)
and try submitting a bug report again. If you can at least get a
formatted buffer, save that with C-x C-w and send it as a file
attachment. If XEmacs still doesn't work (I suspect it won't), we need
your XEmacs Installation file (it's wherever you built XEmacs), and
platform (CPU and OS, including OS version). We may want other
information later, but that will do for starters.
 If you didn't build XEmacs yourself, yell at whoever did this to
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