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Re: max-lisp-eval-depth

From: Perry Smith
Subject: Re: max-lisp-eval-depth
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2013 14:00:02 -0600

Mine is set to 600 (emacs 24.2) on two different platforms.

Would setting debug-on-error to t help?  Then you would see the stack and that 
might give you a hint.  It may be some data structure is looped back on itself 
and its not suppose to be causing infinite recursion.

On Jan 30, 2013, at 1:42 PM, drain wrote:

> The following issue is raised when I use Wanderlust, but it must relate to
> Emacs at large, given that the variable max-lisp-eval-depth is defined in
> emacs/src/eval.c.
> Plus the Wanderlust mailing list is only semi-active.
> The issue:
> When I relaunch Wanderlust sometimes (within the same Emacs session), I get
> the message, "Lisp nesting exceeds max-eval-depth." Because of this,
> Wanderlust will not update my inbox. It shows what I had before.
> And then other times, I can't enter my Inbox because of
> "max-lisp-eval-depth."
> Maybe there's some variable here, perhaps max-lisp-eval-depth, I need to
> set to a different value. 
> Now so that this does not appear like a case of
> answering my own question, I am asking what the ideal value should be,
> given the problem as described (I'm still just presuming that the value of
> that variable is the source of the problem; conjecturing to my own
> question, not answering it).
> My current solution is to completely kill all mail processes, then launch
> Wanderlust afresh.
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