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Re: using filter correctly?

On 7/28/13, Katsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> The buffer where your filter runs is " *w3m-work*" (or perhaps
> " *w3m-work*-123456").  Note that the name begins with SPC.
> Here is a handy way to view that buffer while e-debugging.  Add
> something like this snippet to the beginning of your filter
> function:
>  (let ((pop-up-frames t)) (pop-to-buffer (current-buffer)))

I didn't understand that at all :).  Edebug doesn't do this by
default?  And why did a frame not pop up?  And why pop to the buffer
that's current?  :)

But it worked perfectly, fixing Edebug.  And I found my bug: I was
using and instead of progn.  The filter works now.

Thank you for your great patience, Katsumi.


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