>>>>> "Hrvoje" == Hrvoje Niksic <hniksic(a)iskon.hr> writes:
Hrvoje> Adrian Aichner <aichner(a)ecf.teradyne.com> writes:
>> Can someone here give me a hint where to start looking for
>> documentation on usage of warn_when_safe vs. stderr_out in XEmacs
Hrvoje> Use warn_when_safe() as you would use the Lisp function
Hrvoje> `display-warning', except that warn_when_safe() accepts format
Hrvoje> parameters a la `message'.
Ah, that gets me started. Thanks!
>> I wasn't able to find anything on either of them in 21.1 or 21.2 CVS
>> xemacs/man sources.
Hrvoje> Huh? `grep warn_when_safe *.c' will give you tens of
Hrvoje> examples of usage.
This is true. I still find it hard though to deduce correct usage
from examples. I used stderr_out because I found examples of its
usage in the first place :-)
Are there any rules how to pick the correct level amongst these:
The recognized warning levels, in decreasing order of priority, are
'emergency, 'alert, 'critical, 'error, 'warning, 'notice, 'info, and