Xavier Maillard | 1 Mar 02:00 2008
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Re: records-mode ?


   Xavier Maillard <xma <at> gnu.org> writes:

   >    Xavier Maillard <xma <at> gnu.org> writes:
   >
   >    > Currently, there is no support for this ut it could be really a
   >    > simple task.
   >
   >    The task of supporting remember for notes-mode is a good one in itself.
   >    But in your case, this is another distraction.  
   >
   > remember.el is all *but* a distraction. I abuse it all day long
   > and it is really helpful to have it.

   I meant: working on the integration of remember within notes-mode would
   just be another distraction.

Actually, yes but I would have done it during my spare time
(leisure time if you prefer) :)

	Xavier
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Xavier Maillard | 1 Mar 02:00 2008
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emacsclient 21

Hi,

What was the equivalent of the current '-e' switch of emacsclient
when it was version 21 ?

I thought there existed something like --eval but I won't find
any reference about this.

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	Xavier
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Johan Bockgård | 1 Mar 03:00 2008
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Re: emacsclient 21

Xavier Maillard <xma <at> gnu.org> writes:

> What was the equivalent of the current '-e' switch of emacsclient when
> it was version 21 ?

There wasn't.

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Ralf Angeli | 1 Mar 11:33 2008
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Re: how to find out where a variable is changed?

* sunway (2008-03-01) writes:

> transient-mark-mode mut be enabled somewhere , but how could i find
> out where it is changed

Look in etc/NEWS.  Assuming you are using a recent build from CVS.

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Pascal Bourguignon | 1 Mar 12:36 2008
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Re: how to find out where a variable is changed?

sunway <sunwayforever <at> gmail.com> writes:

> transient-mark-mode mut be enabled somewhere , but how could i find
> out where it is changed

M-x customize-variable RET transient-mark-mode RET

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someusernamehere | 1 Mar 01:10 2008
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Re: help with erc function

On Feb 29, 4:46 pm, Bastien <b... <at> altern.org> wrote:

> Can you show some code?

sure, take a look:

(defun kick (nick)
  (let* ((chan (erc-default-target)))
         (erc-send-command (format "kick %s %s %s" chan nick "go
away"))))

thanks.

sunway | 1 Mar 11:02 2008
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how to find out where a variable is changed?

transient-mark-mode mut be enabled somewhere , but how could i find
out where it is changed

Bastien | 1 Mar 15:06 2008

Re: help with erc function

someusernamehere <someusernamehere <at> gmail.com> writes:

> On Feb 29, 4:46 pm, Bastien <b... <at> altern.org> wrote:
>
>> Can you show some code?
>
>
> sure, take a look:
>
> (defun kick (nick)
>   (let* ((chan (erc-default-target)))
>          (erc-send-command (format "kick %s %s %s" chan nick "go
> away"))))

Well - maybe you can temporarilly switch to the relevant ERC buffer so
that (erc-default-target) returns the channel you want to use?  

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sunway | 1 Mar 16:35 2008
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Re: how to find out where a variable is changed?

On Mar 1, 7:36 pm, Pascal Bourguignon <p... <at> informatimago.com> wrote:
> sunway <sunwayfore... <at> gmail.com> writes:
> > transient-mark-mode mut be enabled somewhere , but how could i find
> > out where it is changed
>
> M-x customize-variable RET transient-mark-mode RET
>
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Transient Mark Mode: Hide Value Toggle  on
   State: CHANGED outside Customize; operating on it here may be
unreliable.

the variable is changed outside, but where is it changed?

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Re: how to find out where a variable is changed?


sunway em gnu.emacs.help escreveu:

> the variable is changed outside, but where is it changed?

Check in your ~/.emacs file or your custom file (if have it in another file).

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