a further emacs symptom

A.J. Rossini rossini at blindglobe.net
Wed Sep 17 23:41:28 CEST 2003

mfmorss at aep.com writes:

> A further symptom is that when I load ess in ~/.emacs, "C-h a RET file", a
> command that returns normally when the load statement is disabled, returns
> "Wrong number of arguments: #<subr documentation> 5".  The same is true if
> the predicate of "C-h a RET" is just anything that would normally have
> produced a valid return, for example, "char" instead of "file".
> This seems to be clearly related to the  "** ad-Orig-documentation called
> with 5 arguments, but accepts only 1-2" compile log error on startup, also
> caused by enabling the ess load statement.

This is really weird.  AIX, right? 

I'm not seeing this on a Linux build of Emacs 21 at all.  


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