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Re: colours lost


From: Madhu
Subject: Re: colours lost
Date: Sun, 14 Jul 2019 17:57:24 +0530

I'm curious if anyone was able to reproduce this.  Maybe some more
changes in the emacs custom mechanism will push the bug away..


* Madhu <address@hidden> :
> I've extracted one twisted test case from my .emacs and it is something
> of a mystery.
>
> ;; Put this form in a file, say f.el
>
> (eval-after-load 'gnus-sum
>   '(progn
>      (defadvice gnus-summary-save-article (after rmail-label-prompter-advice 
> activate)
>        (if (eq gnus-default-article-saver 'gnus-summary-save-in-rmail)
>          (message "foo")
>        (message "bar"))) ))
>
> Then open a file which does not autoload org-mode but which can be
> converted to org-mode. For example I use hyperbole's DEMO file:
>
> emacs -Q -eval '(list-colors-display)' -l f.el ~/elisp/pkg/hyperbole/DEMO
>
> Then with DEMO as the current buffer, do M-x org-mode
>
> Then M-x list-colors-display shows my colours are gone.
>
> (gnus-default-article-saver is a variable defined n gnus-art and may not
> be defined when gnus-sum is loaded.)
>
> [Unrelated notes]
>
> 1 Although this mailing list is being propagated to the usenet group, the
> posts on the usenet group do not seem to make it to the mailing list.
>
> 2 Setting mail-user-agent to message-user-agent instead of
> sendmail-user-agent drops all the References headers when replying to a
> mail from a gnus summary buffer.

> I've extracted one twisted test case from my .emacs and it is something
> of a mystery.
>
> ;; Put this form in a file, say f.el
>
> (eval-after-load 'gnus-sum
>   '(progn
>      (defadvice gnus-summary-save-article (after rmail-label-prompter-advice 
> activate)
>        (if (eq gnus-default-article-saver 'gnus-summary-save-in-rmail)
>          (message "foo")
>        (message "bar"))) ))
>
> Then open a file which does not autoload org-mode but which can be
> converted to org-mode. For example I use hyperbole's DEMO file:
>
> emacs -Q -eval '(list-colors-display)' -l f.el ~/elisp/pkg/hyperbole/DEMO
>
> Then with DEMO as the current buffer, do M-x org-mode
>
> Then M-x list-colors-display shows my colours are gone.
>
> (gnus-default-article-saver is a variable defined n gnus-art and may not
> be defined when gnus-sum is loaded.)



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