[COMMIT] Specify ERROR_ME_WARN explicitly in specifier_instance_from_inst_list().
kehoea at parhasard.net
Thu Oct 28 10:20:59 EDT 2010
Ar an séú lá is fiche de mí Deireadh Fómhair, scríobh Stephen J. Turnbull:
> Aidan Kehoe writes:
> > Giacomo, in my local tests, this fixes the gnuclient problem you were
> > seeing. There is still a warning about the attempt to instantiate a
> > pixmap specifier on a TTY; this warning is probably wrong, and I’ll
> > fix it at some point, but this should be good enough for most purposes
> > now.
> It's not obvious to me that the warning is wrong. Pixmaps probably
> "should" only be specified with a tag-set meaning "graphical display".
Mmm, and XLFD font specs “should” only be specified with a tag set meaning
“X11”; but that’s never been true and it is against the spirit of the
> OTOH, it's reasonable for DWIM functions like specifier-instance and
> set-specifier to try to do something about this. In the case of
> specifier-instance, maybe it's OK to simply suppress the warning.
> set-specifier OTOH might want to helpfully add such a tag-set.
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