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PostPosted: Sun Feb 10, 2013 12:42 am    Post subject: set-mark-command failing in emacs -- CURED Reply with quote

All was working prior to doing the following. Following instructions, I set my profile using eselect to default/linux/amd64/13.0. I then did an emerge world (usually do this daily) on my ~amd64 system, and now the problem. I'm hoping someone can suggest some kind of fix. Emacs still thinks that <cntrl> space should invoke the set-mark-command. Below is the list of packages that were brought in today. After these were emerged I ran haskell-updater --upgrade, and the usual revdep-rebuild.

    sys-apps:hwids
    net-misc:curl
    dev-libs:libical
    dev-lang:ghc
    dev-haskell:glib
    dev-haskell:cabal
    dev-haskell:primitive
    dev-haskell:random
    dev-haskell:transformers
    dev-haskell:extensible-exceptions
    dev-haskell:quickcheck
    dev-haskell:vector
    dev-haskell:mtl
    dev-haskell:text
    dev-haskell:gio
    dev-haskell:hashable
    net-mail:dovecot
    dev-haskell:hashtables
    dev-db:postgresql-base
    dev-haskell:cairo
    mail-mta:postfix
    app-i18n:ibus
    dev-haskell:gtk
    dev-haskell:pango
    media-gfx:imagemagick
    x11-libs:qt-gui
    app-admin:haskell-updater
    www-plugins:adobe-flash
    dev-libs:gmp
    app-text:calibre
    dev-haskell:gtk2hs-buildtools
    dev-haskell:alex
    dev-haskell:deepseq
    dev-haskell:happy
    dev-python:cython
    sys-apps:file
    virtual:udev
    www-plugins:adobe-flash
    media-gfx:gimp
    dev-python:python-exec
    x11-libs:qt-core


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 10, 2013 5:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Rebooting fixed the problem.
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