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Re: `wrong-type-argument arrayp nil` and `w3m-ems`
- From: Katsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 29 May 2013 16:27:50 +0900
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In [emacs-w3m : No.12032] Keith David Bershatsky wrote:
> I was able to make the installation with Github without errors, but I
> still have errors when launching Emacs. Some one suggested that
> emacs-trunk developer build might have better luck, so I tried that,
> but that still didn't work. I've been using Aquamacs developer's
> build and now Emacs Trunk developer's build on OSX Mountain Lion.
> Here is the error message posted to stack overflow:
I'd very much like to track down the cause of the error, only it
is hard to read a byte-code. So, could you gather a human readable
one? To do that, do the following before trying to run w3m:
M-x load-library RET w3m.el RET
M-x load-library RET w3m-ems.el RET
Note that what you want to load are *.el files, not *.elc files.
If you still get a `byte-code' in a backtrace, try loading an el
file that is relevant to a function expressed with a byte-code.
> It's midnight here in Los Angeles, so I'll have to pick this back up
> again tomorrow . . . . Thanks for all of your help -- greatly
> appreciated !!!!
> Good night,
OK. In Japan I'll still be in a bed when you awake, though. ;-)