>>> David PONCE <david.ponce@...> seems to think that:
>> That's a nifty idea. I was unaware you could restore the
>> minibuffer, but it makes good sense that it would be possible.
>> I think restoration of the minibuffer to a previous value should be
>> the default for working. In light of this notion I also suspect that
>> the semantic-idle services should set things up so that `message' (via
>> advice perhaps?) was a temporary message whenever called from an idle
>That's a good idea. Perhaps semantic-idle services could just use
>`working-temp-message' instead of `message'?
>> In your patch, the implementation of `working-current-message' was
>> not provided.
>I am not sure to understand, the implementation of
>`working-current-message' is already provided in working.el.
You are right. I suspect that was one of your contributes that has
since slipped from my mind. It appears that all the working messages
already put back what was there before.
>> Lastly, I am quite certain I will not have time to try anything for
>> a couple days. :(
>What a pity ;-) Anyway, I will check the patch in, so you could try
>it when you will have time.
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