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Re: bookmark file not reloaded until w3m restart
Boruch Baum wrote:
> Have you tried the following?
> M-x w3m-reload-this-page
Yes, not only have I tried it, that is what
doesn't work :) Even closing the tab and
opening a new one and browsing the bookmark
file will give me the old version.
The only way to do it that I've discovered is
to close Emacs-w3m and start it anew, then
> If your final decision is to use the
> up-to-date emacs-w3m version from MELPA,
> then: 1) you need to remember to update ALL
> your elc files (ie. rm *.elc and then
> byte-compile) when you update the el files,
> and; 2) you don't need to perform any
> apt pinning.
I tried to use the most recent Emacs-w3m
version from MELPA by first doing
$ sudo apt-get purge w3m-el-snapshot
and then installing it from MELPA, but I got
the variable error.
I didn't manually go about removing any *.elc
files or did any manul byte-compile of the
source, I just did the 'purge' and then the
MELPA install from within Emacs.
Anyway I don't get the error with the Debian
testing version of w3m-el-snapshot, which I get
thru apt pinning.
> Personally, I avoid byte-compiling because of
> too many bitter experiences of the kind you
> encountered. I haven't noticed any
> performance difference.
I never manually byte-compile MELPA packs (not
that I use that many, either) but I do
byte-compile my Elisp  with this
Makefile . It is not only about performance,
it is also about the byte-compiler finding bugs
and overall increasing the quality of
your code. Here is my code WRT Emacs-w3m .
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