[Python-modules-team] Bug#560755: Potential patch to fix this bug
a.kumar at alumni.iitm.ac.in
Sun Dec 13 16:40:43 UTC 2009
On Sun, Dec 13, 2009 at 05:22:47PM +0100, Jakub Wilk wrote:
> * Jakub Wilk <ubanus at users.sf.net>, 2009-12-12, 19:49:
>>> I have a potential fix for this bug. My approach is based on the
>>> premise that the make-temp-file function provided from Emacs 22
>>> onwards is safe. So, I backport the method to the rst.el file, and
>>> bind it to the symbol rst--make-temp-file as follows:
>> Thank you very much for your patch!
>> I think we could avoid backporting code, if we created a temporary
>> directory (and then a file with an arbitrary name and proper suffix
>> inside it) rather than a temporary file.
>>> I don't see a solution for removing the temporary files, though.
>> Is it possible to somehow store the name of temporary thing that has
>> been created? That way maybe we could re-use it on next invocation of
>> the preview function and delete it in some kind of exit hook.
> I attach my patch proposition.
> For a reason I don't understand, temporary directory is removed when
> I kill a buffer (C-x k), but not when I kill Emacs (C-x C-c)... On the
> other hand, with this patch we are not cluttering /tmp any more than the
> original rst.el.
Nice work. You might want to look at kill-emacs-hook as well for
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