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eudc fails with bbdb


From: Sébastien Kirche
Subject: eudc fails with bbdb
Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2005 13:26:28 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.110003 (No Gnus v0.3) Emacs/22.0.50 (darwin)

Hi,

I am currently making some tests with eudc and I have some problems.
I use  a quite recent cvs  Emacs with MacOS  X with a v2.35  snapshot of
bbdb. 

I managed to configure eudc to use my company MS Exchange ldap server.
I also installed eudc-mab.el to search  into the Mac Address Book and it
is ok too.

But when  i try to add  bbdb as a local  server and select  it, it fails
when I try to search for a contact.

I have the following settings :
(eudc-set-server "localhost" 'bbdb t)
(setq eudc-server-hotlist '(("localhost" . bbdb) 
                            ("metz-exchange" . ldap) 
                            ("localhost" . mab)))

And if try a "Query with form" or either I call 
(eudc-query '((name . "kir")))

It fails with that error :
Debugger entered--Lisp error: (invalid-function (macro lambda (vector) (list 
(quote aref) vector 4)))
  bbdb-record-phones(["Alain" "Kirche" nil nil nil nil ("address@hidden") 
((creation-date . "2004-08-31") (timestamp . "2004-08-31")) ["Alain Kirche" nil 
#<marker at 4815 in .bbdb> nil]])
  eudc-bbdb-extract-phones(["Alain" "Kirche" nil nil nil nil ("address@hidden") 
((creation-date . "2004-08-31") (timestamp . "2004-08-31")) ["Alain Kirche" nil 
#<marker at 4815 in .bbdb> nil]])
  eudc-bbdb-format-record-as-result(["Alain" "Kirche" nil nil nil nil 
("address@hidden") ((creation-date . "2004-08-31") (timestamp . "2004-08-31")) 
["Alain Kirche" nil #<marker at 4815 in .bbdb> nil]])
  mapcar(eudc-bbdb-format-record-as-result (["Alain" "Kirche" nil nil nil nil 
("address@hidden") (... ...) ["Alain Kirche" nil #<marker at 4815 in .bbdb> 
nil]] ["S\x8e9\ bastien" "Kirche" ("S\x8e9ki" "Sebastien Kirche" "Seki") nil 
nil nil ("address@hidden" "address@hidden" "address@hidden" "address@hidden" 
"address@hidden") (... ...) ["S\x8e9\ bastien Kirche" nil #<marker at 4938 in 
.bbdb> nil]]))
  eudc-bbdb-query-internal(((lastname . "kir")) nil)
  eudc-query(((name . "kir")))
  eval((eudc-query (quote (...))))
  eval-last-sexp-1(t)
  eval-last-sexp(t)
  eval-print-last-sexp()
  call-interactively(eval-print-last-sexp)

As you can see, I have 2  records in bbdb containing "kir", but it seems
to fail to format the output.

Could someone give me some clue ? 
Regards.
-- 
Sébastien Kirche


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