Description of problem:
Jed seems to be missing a function called 'require'.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. jed <filename>
2. press 'ctrl-s'
see error 'Unable to open require. Check the value of the S-Lang load path.'
Would expect to start interactive search
I have no '.jedrc', so I use emacs key-bindings
Perhaps I was unclear as to the importance of the function 'require'?
Missing it means that any function defined i a loadable file does *not* get loaded, so these std. installed files cannot be used:
abbrev.sl cmisc.sl dos850.sl html.sl keydefs.sl matlab.sl occur.sl register.sl spicemod.sl util.sl
abbrmisc.sl cmode.sl dos852.sl ide.sl krconv.sl menu.sl os.sl replace.sl srchmisc.sl verilog.sl
acompile.sl comments.sl edt.sl idl.sl latex209.sl menus.sl paste.sl rmail.sl syncproc.sl vhdlmode.sl
aprocess.sl compat.sl emacsmsc.sl info.sl latex.sl mime.sl perl.sl rot13.sl syntax.sl vmshelp.sl
ashell.sl compile.sl emacs.sl isearch.sl linux.sl mini.sl perlxtra.sl runpgm.sl tabs.sl win1250.sl
backups.sl compress.sl emul.sl iso2xxx.sl lisp.sl minued.sl php.sl sccs.sl tclmode.sl wmark.sl
bibtex.sl ctags.sl f90.sl iso-lat2.sl ltx-math.sl misc.sl pipe.sl search.sl texcom.sl wmenu.sl
binary.sl cuamisc.sl ff90.sl iso-lat3.sl lua.sl modehook.sl popups.sl seldisp.sl tex.sl wordstar.sl
bookmark.sl cua.sl filter.sl iso-latin.sl macro.sl modeinfo.sl preparse.sl sendmail.sl textmode.sl xformreg.sl
brief.sl dabbrev.sl folding.sl ispell.sl mailalias.sl most.sl pscript.sl shell.sl tiasm.sl yankpop.sl
bufed.sl dcl.sl fortran.sl javamode.sl mailedit.sl mouse.sl pushmode.sl shmode.sl tmisc.sl
buf.sl digraph.sl gpg.sl jedhelp.sl mail.sl mousex.sl pymode.sl site.sl tmmode.sl
bytecomp.sl dired.sl help.sl jed.sl mailutils.sl mswmouse.sl rcs.sl slmode.sl tmpfile.sl
cal.sl docbook.sl history.sl jedusage.sl man.sl mutekeys.sl recent.sl sortmisc.sl tpascal.sl
chglog.sl dos437.sl hooks.sl keycode.sl maple.sl nroff.sl regexp.sl sort.sl untab.sl
Sorry, for delayed reply. I will look into this this week.
I am not able to reproduce it on F12 64 bit machine. Once Ctrl-S is pressed it asks for word to 'Isearch forward: '.
I also don't have '.jedrc', am using emacs key-bindings.
Trying to get a new rawhide and F13 test box and see if I can reproduce it there.
Same issue with the jed-0.99.19-1.fc13.i686 version...
Reverting to the version in FC12 (jed-0.99.18-10.fc12.i686.rpm) solves the issue for me.
Something seems to have changed in Fedora 13 about how jed and slang are packaged. If you install the package slang-slsh, that comes with require.sl and other important files that jed uses.
See also bug #605471 which proposes that jed be repackaged to require slang-slsh. I think that would make this problem go away.
I can confirm that installing slang-slsh makes this problem go away. I propose that jed be repackaged to require slang-slsh.
*** Bug 605471 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
jed-0.99.19-2.fc14 has been submitted as an update for Fedora 14.
jed-0.99.19-2.fc13 has been submitted as an update for Fedora 13.
jed-0.99.19-2.fc14 has been pushed to the Fedora 14 testing repository. If problems still persist, please make note of it in this bug report.
If you want to test the update, you can install it with
su -c 'yum --enablerepo=updates-testing update jed'. You can provide feedback for this update here: https://admin.fedoraproject.org/updates/jed-0.99.19-2.fc14
jed-0.99.19-2.fc14 has been pushed to the Fedora 14 stable repository. If problems still persist, please make note of it in this bug report.
jed-0.99.19-2.fc13 has been pushed to the Fedora 13 stable repository. If problems still persist, please make note of it in this bug report.
I have been trying to install the update for a couple of days now and this is what I keep getting:
Window title - No packages to update - KPackageKit
None of the selected packages could be updated.
slang-slsh-2.2.2-2.fc14.x86_64 requires slang = 2.2.2-2.fc14 : Success - empty transaction
and it does not install. I click OK and it rescans and wants to install again. Is this just me?