I just upgraded to a new bleeding edge version of Emacs in OS X:
brew install emacs --HEAD --use-git-head --with-cocoa --with-gnutls --with-rsvg --with-imagemagick
I understand that this version is not stable and that I shouldn't expect it to wok without any problems. Still, my experience so far has been relatively positive installing from
For some reason, after today's update, I now run into this warning when I start Emacs. I am hoping to debug this problem using
setq debug-on-message as suggested in many threads without luck.
I tried adding
(setq debug-on-message "Warning (bytecomp)")
(setq debug-on-message "Warning \(bytecomp\)") at the beginning of my
.emacs file and starting Emacs with
emacs --debug-init, but I don't see any trace either in the
Compile-Log or the
I have also tried re-compiling all packages from scratch, as explained in this answer, i.e. doing
M-: (byte-recompile-directory package-user-dir nil 'force), but the problem persists.
How can I effectively debug this type of warning?