Jamie Zawinski <jwz(a)jwz.org> writes:
Often, but not always, when I ^G out of the minibuffer, xemacs pops
up a *Warnings* buffer that says
(2) (specifier/warning) (quit)
It sometimes does something similarly useless in process filters.
How do I make it not do that?
(Getting rid of the useless warnings would be best; getting rid of the
*Warnings* buffer entirely would be acceptable.)
Maybe adding 'specifier to `display-warning-suppressed-classes' will
BTW: Are you using XEmacs 21.5?