SLIME _may_ cause emacs to resize frame involuntarily
luismbo at gmail.com
Sun Apr 16 22:58:39 UTC 2017
Couldn't reproduce on Emacs 25.1.2 (Linux), sorry.
On Thu, Apr 13, 2017 at 12:45 AM Peter Keller <psilord at cs.wisc.edu> wrote:
> I discovered some odd behavior related to SLIME that I can't figure out.
> Hopefully, someone here can help me out.
> In short, starting SLIME with M-x slime or switching to a buffer containing
> the SLIME repl causes a resize of the emacs frame containing that buffer.
> The details are at this link (which is also a test config file that you
> can start emacs with that will hopefully demonstrate the problem):
> I'm using stock emacs 25.1, xubuntu 16.04 LTS, SBCL 1.3.12, and SLIME
> installed from Quicklisp and current as of 2017-04-10.
> If you store the linked data as a file like /tmp/init-resize.el
> you can run it as:
> emacs -q -l /tmp/init-resize.el
> (provided you have that font it is requesting, which is "DejaVu Sans Mono
> Then resize the window manually to 80x24, then M-x slime.
> If the bug presents itself, the frame will resize after
> slime is loaded to something other size.
> I think the resize is erroneous behavior.
> I provided what would have been the means that I thought would stop the
> involuntary resize in the init file, but it doesn't seem to work.
> Thank you!
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