A student of mine just had a spurious automatic compilation error that occurred
a) wrote a program in an unsaved buffer with a relative ‘require’. (automatic
compilation shows error)
b) saved it to a new location (no keystroke in buffer, so automatic compilation
still shows error)
c) raised his hand and told me about the problem. I told him to hit the space
bar, and the problem went away.
I conjecture, though, that it would be appropriate to trigger automatic
compilation when a buffer is saved to a new location. Does this make sense?
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