>> I tried this with a precomiled Emacs from CVS (~ january 2005, so
>> quite actual) but i do not know exactly what should happen and what
>> happens... so lets tell me:
>> 1. i loaded an existing file klaus.h - well, ECB displays the contens
>> 2. I created a new file klaus.c via C-x C-f and Emacs asked me if i
>> want to perform the auto-insertion - i answered yes...
>> 3. Nothing happend, means the new buffer klaus.c remains empty but
>> also in no other buffer something seems to be inserted...
>> Which behavior do you have encountered? In which buffer which text
>> was automatically inserted??
>Sorry, I got confused. Swap the .c and .h files.
>.h files always insert something, .c files rarely do with the default
well, i swapped c and h file but what should i say, it works perfectly.
I opend klaus.c, then i created unextsing klaus.h via C-x C-f and
then in the buffer klaus.h the following has been inserted:
wheras XX stands for point-position. In the echo-area "Loading =
done" is displayed.
So because in my envirnoment (yes, i have started Emacs via emacs -q
-no-sit-file ;-) it seems to work (using a CVS emacs precompiled
in early January 2005) my plea again, please describe exactly what
is running wrong for you: Which behavior do you have encountered?
In which buffer which text was automatically inserted??
Thanks a lot,
From: Jason Rumney <jasonr@gn...> - 2005-03-03 22:18:08
>> Sorry, I got confused. Swap the .c and .h files.
>> .h files always insert something, .c files rarely do with the default
> well, i swapped c and h file but what should i say, it works
There must be a timing thing going on here. I could get it to happen
consistently on my work machine, but it works perfectly for me here at
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