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Despite having --debug-init in .xinitrc (exec dbus-launch --exit-with-session emacs --debug-init), I'm not getting any leading details on this error.

Error in dotspacemacs/user-config: Symbol’s value as variable is void: mu4e-mu-version

How can I get more informations on the problem?

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    Just for the sake of simplicity... is there any reason why you are trying to debug using .xinitrc? Can't you just start Emacs directly from the command line? And I am not sure what information you are looking for, but the error message says that the variable mu4e-mu-version is not yet known when the dotspacemacs/user-config gets called (which is more or less he last step in the Spacemacs startup process). Try to comment out the code related to mu4e from your dotspacemacs/user-config function and see if that variable then is available after startup has finished. Commented Jul 2, 2022 at 12:00
  • B.t.w. to get live assistance, better ask on the Spacemacs gitter channel Commented Jul 2, 2022 at 12:05
  • If you don't see the problem when you start Emacs with emacs -Q (no init file) then bisect your init file (or dotspacemacs/user-config). You can use comment-region to comment out 1/2, then 3/4, 7/8, 15/16,... of the file - binary search (quick).
    – Drew
    Commented Jul 2, 2022 at 15:43

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Have you tried bug-hunter? It can automatically detect errors in your init file, and when it fails to detect any errors, it helps you isolate the line that triggers it by progressive bisection of the file.

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