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Re: I think the doc in emacs is too simple in someplaces

From: Robert D. Crawford
Subject: Re: I think the doc in emacs is too simple in someplaces
Date: Tue, 19 Dec 2006 03:33:50 -0600
User-agent: Gnus/5.11 (Gnus v5.11) Emacs/22.0.91 (gnu/linux)

Ronald <address@hidden> writes:

> Opps, after installing emacs22, C-h i reports : Recursive `require'
> for feature `sb-info'...

Is this something that you have referenced in your .emacs file with a
'require'?  I am running emacs 22 and am having no such problems.  

If there is a possibility that this is caused by something in your
.emacs file, start emacs with the -q option to see if .emacs is the

>>> And the description about ARG is repeated everywhere, I supposed it's
>>> not good.
>> Not sure why you would think this.  What it means is that if you invoke
>> the command like so:


> I mean this can be true implicitly, and it's not good for
> maintaining. So any good reason?

Because this is not the case with every command.  

Maybe I misunderstand what you are trying to say.  Eli Z. seemed to
agree with you that this is a problem that needs to be brought to the
attention of the devel team, and on the basis of his activity in this
group alone he seems to be a much more knowledgeable fellow than I.

Robert D. Crawford                                      address@hidden

<taniwha> i'd solve a windows key problem with fdisk :)

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