>>> In message <by4ssokf56.fsf(a)bolzano.math.ethz.ch>
>>> On the subject of "Re: a new user"
>>> Sent on 28 Oct 1998 14:08:37 +0100
>>> Honorable Jan Vroonhof <vroonhof(a)math.ethz.ch> writes:
> Sam Steingold <sds(a)goems.com> writes:
> > >> that, but I was overruled. A sample setting for debug-ignored-errors
> > what was the rationale?
> Running with debug-on-error set to t permanently is an expert thing.
> Experts can be expect to know how to set the variable themselves. For
> normal users you want to be able to tell them
> "If you get an error, set debug-on-error and mail me the backtrace".
> You don't want to have "Except when the error is in
> debug-ignored-errors then you'll have to set that for."
what's wrong with telling them to do:
(setq debug-on-error t debug-ignored-errors nil)
Sam Steingold (http://www.goems.com/~sds
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