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bug#44583: 25.3; Emacs aborts with fatal error when a keyboard macro (sa
bug#44583: 25.3; Emacs aborts with fatal error when a keyboard macro (saved in init.el) is set to run automatically at Emacs startup (Windows 10)
Thu, 12 Nov 2020 20:01:51 +0200
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> From: Akshay C <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Thu, 12 Nov 2020 23:24:18 +0530
> Thank you for your response. Some text editors allow users to close the
> editor without saving the buffer to a
> file. The next time they open the editor, the buffer is still open. I wanted
> to achieve this in Emacs. So I wanted
> Emacs to automatically open "notes" at startup with the remember-notes
> function, then run recover-this-file
> function to recover any autosave data that I hadn't saved to disk, then enter
> "yes" at the minibuffer prompt. I
> am not good at elisp, so I recorded a keyboard macro to do the job.
Yes, but when you start Emacs as a daemon, there's no minibuffer to
prompt in, because there's no frame to display.
> I have attached emacs_backtrace.txt to
> this mail.
Thanks. I've fixed the crash for the upcoming Emacs 27.2, in a way
that will use the console to display the messages when there's no
So I'm therefore closing this bug report.