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bug#22451: 24.5; `customize-apropos-options': wrong message

From: Stefan Kangas
Subject: bug#22451: 24.5; `customize-apropos-options': wrong message
Date: Thu, 11 Jul 2019 06:17:44 +0200

tags 22451 + patch

Lars Ingebrigtsen <address@hidden> writes:

> Drew Adams <address@hidden> writes:
>> emacs -Q
>> M-x customize-apropos-options .* RET
>> You see the message "Resetting customization items...", which is quite
>> wrong.  Nothing is being reset.  Users will be confused and certainly
>> hope/pray that that no option is actually being "reset".
> Richard added those messages in 2005...  I'm not quite sure what the
> logic is here, but there does seem to be something...  reset...  here...
>    (message "Creating customization items ...done")
> +  (message "Resetting customization items...")
>    (unless (eq custom-buffer-style 'tree)
>      (mapc 'custom-magic-reset custom-options))
> +  (message "Resetting customization items...done")
>    (message "Creating customization setup...")
> Oh, it's just a redrawing thing:
> ----------
> custom-magic-reset is a compiled Lisp function in ‘cus-edit.el’.
> (custom-magic-reset WIDGET)
> Redraw the :custom-magic property of WIDGET.
> ----------
> In that case I agree that the message is misleading, and I think it
> should just be removed.  That part doesn't seem to take that much time,
> anyway.  Richard?

That was three years ago.

I think it's time to get rid of them.  See the attached patch, which
does just that.

Stefan Kangas

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