If I use the speedbar and do a C-x compile then, I get an error
Wrong type argument: windowp, nil
I am working with XEmacs V21.1.8, Speedbar V0.8, Windows NT.
What runs there incorrectly?
>Wrong type argument: windowp, nil
>I am working with XEmacs V21.1.8, Speedbar V0.8, Windows NT.
Try switching back to the originating frame before running the
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The problem seems to lie in it that I normally work with several frames.Quote:>Compile determines what directory to start in based on the current
>buffer, and does window splits based on the current frame. If you run
>it from the speedbar frame, there is bound to be some confusion.
>Try switching back to the originating frame before running the
I seem to remember that when I last used the speedbar with the JDE, that
it showed various characters indicating if a file had been compiled after
the most recent changes. I don't have that anymore. How do I get it