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Gary W. Swearingen wrote:
| Henrik W Lund <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: | |> Well, it generated output allright. Nothing that makes sense |> (unless I sit down and learn an entire programming language, |> which seems huge and cryptic, by the way), though. Here it is: |> |> Signaling: (invalid-regexp "Invalid syntax designator") ~ |> signal(invalid-regexp ("invalid syntax designator")) ~ |> byte-code("..." [kill-buffer buf signal data] 3) ~ |> find-file-noselect("/usr/home/henrik/devel/sdl/lesson1/tutorial1.cpp") |> | | | Some of that makes sense. It's just showing your a list of | functions which had been called by other fuctions when it bailed | out. It was obviously "find"ing your .cpp file, but that function | then seems to be interpreting some "compiled" elisp, probably to | process the C++ syntax with colors or whatever, and choked on some | syntax it was not (due to its own bug?) not able to handle so it | signaled an error with the error msg above in quotes. Now that I | think of it, I once had a similar error where something couldn't | handle my HTML. I never determined what was wrong, but changing | the HTML "fixed" the problem. You could try messing with your .cpp | file, or try to find a better fix by posting the "trace" to one of | the emacs newsgroups. I'm not sure, but you might get a better | trace (with several other function calls replacing the "byte-code" | thing, if you try to get your emacs to use | /usr/local/lib/xemacs-21.4.14/lisp/files.el rather than | /usr/local/lib/xemacs-21.4.14/lisp/files.elc eg, by renaming the | latter temporarily to files.elc.xxx. Assuming that you're trying | to track down the .el file (called indirectly from | find-file-noselect) which analyzes the C++ code. | | I give up.
pkg_deinstall xemacs\* portinstall xemacs
For some reason, it decided to work this time around. Go figure.
Anyways, thanks! I did learn some lisp, so I guess XEmacs is all right after all. ;-)
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