|--==> "Hrvoje" == Hrvoje Niksic <hniksic(a)xemacs.org> writes:
Hrvoje> AARG!Anonymous <remailer(a)aarg.net> writes:
>i found a bug in ffap.el: if you try it on, e.g.
>it will not pick it up, if unreadable is e.g. rwx------ and owned by
>not you. if you are not aware that there might be a permissions
>problem, you wil go crazy trying to debug it.
Hrvoje> Hmm. Which version of ffap.el are you using? I've just tried this
Hrvoje> with my version, and it seems to pick up "/etc/shadow", a file not
Hrvoje> readable by me.
Yes, it works here too, Erik. In Hrvoje's example I get...
'File is not readable: /etc/shadow'
=> (xemacs-base "1.65")
We had the following changes to ffap.el recently...
| 2002-01-28 David A. Panariti <panariti(a)mediaone.net>
| * ffap.el (ffap-url-regexp):
| Changed http to https? to allow https urls to be recognized.
| 2001-03-14 Dr. Volker Zell <Dr.Volker.Zell(a)oracle.com>
| * ffap.el (ffap-menu-ask): Add test for ffap-xemacs to fix a
| 'Wrong type argument: eventp t' error.
...but I can't see either of those being a "solution" to what you've
reported. Incidently, those were the _only_ changes that have been
made to ffap.el since it was added to the packages in 1998.
On the face of it, it looks like either you are using a version of
ffap.el that wasn't shipped by us, or your problem is related to
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