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Re: problems with tonight's svn update

"T. V. Raman" <raman@users.sf.net> writes:

> W3m is broken at present with xslt -- but w3 works well -- 

I disabled w3m in my .emacs file and still have no xslt.  I set the
variable to keep xslt errors and received no errors.  In trying to use
the google hits url template I still get this backtrace:

Debugger entered--Lisp error: (void-variable emacspeak-websearch-google-number-of-results)
  #[nil "?" [emacspeak-websearch-google-number-of-results] 1]()
  #[(g) "Å	;? \nÆH?  mapcar(#[(g) "Å	;? \nÆH?  emacspeak-url-template-url([cl-struct-emacspeak-url-template "Google Hits" "http://www.google.com/search?q=%s&num=%s"; ("Google For: " #[nil "?" [emacspeak-websearch-google-number-of-results] 1]) nil "Only show Google hits." #[(url) "ÁÂÃ#?" [url emacspeak-we-extract-by-class "g" speak] 4] nil])
  emacspeak-url-template-open([cl-struct-emacspeak-url-template "Google Hits" "http://www.google.com/search?q=%s&num=%s"; ("Google For: " #[nil "?" [emacspeak-websearch-google-number-of-results] 1]) nil "Only show Google hits." #[(url) "ÁÂÃ#?" [url emacspeak-we-extract-by-class "g" speak] 4] nil])

The url template for weather underground gives no error but no xslt

Either when the little guy goes to sleep for his nap or tonight I might
try removing everything I can from my .emacs file to see if it is a
problem here.  Right now he is calling, though. A man's work is never

> w3m needs a major rewrite -- and its interaction with browse-url needs
> to be better understood for this.

I don't use it anymore but as time permits I might get a chance to have
a look to see if I can figure anything out.  

> It's not something I'll have much time for --- however the old
> version was unmaintainable and duplicating too much code. 

Agreed.  Sorry, I feel much of this was my doing.

Robert D. Crawford                                      rdc1x@comcast.net

Q:	Why does Washington have the most lawyers per capita and
	New Jersey the most toxic waste dumps?
A:	God gave New Jersey first choice.

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