(BHere is the log file of the debugger:
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(BThis might be linked to some incompatibilities w/ my local lisp files ??
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(B (B (BKatsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka@xxxxxxx> writes: (B (B>>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.10438] Olivier Klein wrote: (B>> My .emacs contains the following two lines: (B>> (byte-compile-if-newer "~/elisp/dot-emacs") ; orig. (B>> (load-file "~/elisp/dot-emacs.elc") ; orig. (B> (B>> When dot-emacs.elc is present, I get an error message with (B>> w3m-fontify (gnus, loading html message): (B>> w3m-fontify: Wrong type argument: integer-or-marker-p, nil (B> (B>> ??? Everything works fine when I erase ~/elisp/dot-emacs.elc prior to (B>> the operation ??? (B> (B> Could you try debugging by yourself? To do that: (B> (B> 1. Start Emacs. (B> 2. Type this: (B> M-: (setq debug-on-error t) RET (B> 3. Do the thing that causes the error (reading an HTML message?). (B> 4. Send the contents of the *Backtrace* buffer to this list. (B> (B> Note that the *Backtrace* buffer will contain unprintable data. (B> So you'd better do: save the contents to a file, gzip it, and (B> send the file as a MIME attachment. (B> (B> Though it is not necessarily promised, we may find out the cause (B> of your real problem. (B> (B> Regards, (B>