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Mon, 26 Nov 2001 21:17:19 +0200
> From: Per Abrahamsen <address@hidden>
> Date: Mon, 26 Nov 2001 17:53:59 +0100
> > (2.0) The current code of wid-edit.el is correct. "image.el" is
> > meaningful even with "-nw".
> Does it do any harm? 'image.el' appears to be a rather small file.
> > (2.1) wid-edit.el should avoid loading "image.el" and should be
> > modified to implement this.
> > (2.3) wid-edit.el should avoid loading "image.el", however, to
> > make code simple, the current coding style was chosen.
> Maybe, the problem seem to be the 'checkbox' widget call
> 'create-image' for :on-glyph and :off-glyph. These calls could be
> "lazy evaled" to delay the actual creation, but it would complicate
> the code. I have no opinion on whether that would be worthwhile.
While I agree that it would be nice if image.el wouldn't be loaded
under -nw, it should not make any trouble if it does.
What exactly is the problem? Does Emacs signal an error when
- Re: wid-edit.el, Per Abrahamsen, 2001/11/26
- Re: wid-edit.el,
Eli Zaretskii <=