I'm wondering what the rationale is for the following snippet of
code in debian-run-directories :
(load file nil)
(error (message "Error while loading %s" file)))))
What is the intent behind running `load-file' if debug-on-error
is true? `load-file' differs from `load' in that it does not
search the load-path; the full file path must be specified, which
is not the case here.
If others agree, I'll file a bug report against emacsen-common.
It shouldn't be an issue, except that the emacs21 prerelease I
have always thinks debug-on-error is true even when it isn't and
I always get the following error when running:
Debugger entered--Lisp error:
(file-error "Cannot open load file" "/home/rhogee/00debian-vars")
load("/home/rhogee/00debian-vars" nil nil t)