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RE: Java buffers are randomly read-only

From: Chuck . Irvine
Subject: RE: Java buffers are randomly read-only
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2000 14:26:35 -0600

I did a little work tracking down this problem and found it to be
related to, believe it or not, an inconsistency in the way the CVS lisp
code handles the users login name. I was stepping through the code, and
found the name sometimes in all uppercase and sometimes in all lower
case. I can't remember exaclty in which elisp file the problem resided,
sorry. However, my workaround was rather simple and so far I haven't had
any read-only buffers. The workaround was to put (setq user-login-name
"MY_USER_NAME_IN_UPPER_CASE") in my .emacs file. 

My hunch is that this problem is due to an unexpected NT related side

Chuck Irvine

   -----Original Message-----
   From:       donald.coleman [mailto:address@hidden
   Sent:       Tuesday, November 21, 2000 1:55 PM
   To:         jde
   Subject:    Java buffers are randomly read-only
 I don't know if this is a JDE specific problem. Java buffers seem to be
randomly read-only when I open them. I am using JDE2.2.6beta5 and WinNT.
The files are read/write according to NT. M-x toggle-read-only is a
temporary fix, but I'd like to find out what is causing this problem.
Any ideas?


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