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bug#7967: 23.2.93; keybindings should be echoed in *Message* buffer

From: Kevin Rodgers
Subject: bug#7967: 23.2.93; keybindings should be echoed in *Message* buffer
Date: Tue, 08 Feb 2011 19:52:00 -0700
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On 2/6/11 10:16 AM, Roland Winkler wrote:
On Wed Feb 2 2011 Glenn Morris wrote:
Execute any command foo with a keybinding in its "long form" M-x foo.
Emacs issues the message

   You can run the command `foo' with ...

The default is to display this message for two seconds.
Then the message is gone for ever.

You can use M-x where-is (C-h w) to bring it back whenever you like.

I guess the real-world problem is:

Usually, I am running not just one command, but I am really in the
middle of some larger task when all this happens. And I do not want
to interrupt things because of such a message popping up.

Later on, when I might be able to go back, it's too late. I might
not even remember anymore the command I was executing when this
message popped up.

So is anybody able to fix this? -- Thanks a lot!

sed -i~ '10656s/message2_nolog/message2/' emacs-23.2/src/keyboard.c
make install

Kevin Rodgers
Denver, Colorado, USA

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