Title error in isearch pre-command-hook
Type defect Module core code 21.4
Severity some work obstructed Platform unix, mswindows, N/A
Keywords Nosy List aidan, anonymous
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Status committed   Reason fixed
Priority normal   Assigned To

Created on 2008-03-27.12:04:06 by anonymous, last changed 2013-12-02.12:26:03 by stephen.

msg1211 [hidden] ([hidden]) Date: 2009-06-04.15:53:43
Also happens on FreeBSD w/ version 21.4.22.

Selecting a tab in the other frame causes it.  Something I do a lot.
Restarting seems to be the only cure.  Guess I'll need to look into
session restoring :(
msg646 [hidden] ([hidden]) Date: 2008-03-27.12:04:06
Version:           Windows native (binary) 21.4.21.
Operating System:  Win200 or winXp.

With multiple frames open and an active isearch in one frame,
if a toolbar button like [Open] or [Save] is clicked in the
other frame, then Xemacs gives the following error:

"(1) (error/warning) Error in `pre-command-hook' (setting hook
to nil): (wrong-type-argument unable to bind this type of
event #<misc-user-event (call-interactively toolbar-open)>)"

After this has occurred, pending-delete is disabled and
parenthesis-matching behaves strangely. It seems to be
necessary to quit/restart Xemacs to recover. The fault only
occurs on the msWindows version, not on Solaris.
Date User Action Args
2013-12-02 12:26:03stephensetmessages: - msg2504
2013-08-24 00:50:05vimRULESsetmessages: + msg2504
2013-08-24 00:34:09iWontFixYourBugsetmessages: - msg2497
2013-08-24 00:34:07iWontFixYourBugsetmessages: - msg2411
2013-08-05 13:02:50aidansetstatus: new -> committed
assignedto: aidan
reason: fixed
messages: + msg2497
nosy: + aidan
2012-03-20 04:43:04abelitssetmessages: + msg2411
2009-06-04 15:58:00EddieCornssettitle: error in isearch pre-command-hook on mswindows -> error in isearch pre-command-hook
2009-06-04 15:53:43EddieCornssetplatform: + unix
messages: + msg1211
2008-09-27 06:07:53vladimirsetstatus: new
2008-03-27 12:04:06anonymouscreate