Dave Footitt <d...@bogus.net> writes:

> Hi there,
>> How did you obtain your Emacs binary?  Emacs with Dbus is known *not* to
>> work on Windows.  I suggest you grab a binary built `--without-dbus',
>> put (pdf)latex in your PATH and try again.
> I've been using this one:
> https://sourceforge.net/projects/emacsbinw64/
> Mainly because of it's built in image and TLS support on 64 bit.
> But it looks like the comments thread suggest it's actually compiled with 
> Dbus (I don't even know what Dbus is!), which is frustrating because up 
> until recently everything was working!

You can find out how Emacs was built by checking this variable:

,----[ C-h v system-configuration-options RET ]
| system-configuration-options is a variable defined in ‘C source code’.
| Its value is
| "... --without-imagemagick --without-dbus ..."
| Documentation:
| String containing the configuration options Emacs was built with.

You can try to delete `libdbus-*.dll' in your Emacs/bin directory, maybe
that prevents Emacs from using DBus [1].

Best, Arash

PS Please keep 24...@debbugs.gnu.org in CC.

[1]  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D-Bus

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