T. Verron

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comment Maximum recursion depth?
The OP does give his code, and his experiment is reproducible at will. It does not involve corrupt files.
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comment Should a minimal effort to find the answer be required for a question?
I agree, and the answer we are commenting on is trying to answer the question in general (btw I just editted it to address your first comment, which was still general too). Also, I am not judging your vote in particular, just trying to understand it. It is a young website, this is a good time to establish good policies on accepted content, and so your question is a good one.
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revised Should a minimal effort to find the answer be required for a question?
added 282 characters in body
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comment Should a minimal effort to find the answer be required for a question?
I still do not understand why this question should be closed: maybe it is not clear to you or me, but it already has two upvoted answers, one accepted. Closing does also say to the answerers "you shouldn't have answered this", somehow... Yes the question could and should be improved. But what good would closing do that, say, downvoting wouldn't?
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comment Should a minimal effort to find the answer be required for a question?
About your second comment, I guess I can understand that. Still, since the question has an accepted answer, "unclear what you're asking" seems to not be unanimous. Maybe based on that answer, we can suggest a better formulation of the question?
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comment Should a minimal effort to find the answer be required for a question?
To me, what you describe sounds more like an instance of the XY problem (which are tricky to deal with too) than a "not enough research" question.
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comment Should a minimal effort to find the answer be required for a question?
How could the question about setq be improved, in your opinion?
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answered Should a minimal effort to find the answer be required for a question?
Feb
26
accepted Make use of an empty echo area to display information
Feb
26
answered Make use of an empty echo area to display information
Feb
25
comment How to use the echo area to display useful information?
Apparently, symon uses the "spam non-logged messages" route, so it probably is less troublesome than I thought.
Feb
25
comment How to use the echo area to display useful information?
@kaushalmodi I doubt the answer given in the dupe will "fully address" the OP's question, since it basically says that it is not possible. Since you apparently disagree, would you mind expanding your comment into an answer to the other question?
Feb
25
comment How to use the echo area to display useful information?
Possible duplicate of Make use of an empty echo area to display information (which does not have an accepted answer as of today, and so does not qualify as a reason for closing).
Feb
24
revised How do I make pressing <RET> in helm-find-files open the directory?
Rollback, the code isn't working as expected
Feb
24
awarded Informed
Feb
23
revised How do I make pressing <RET> in helm-find-files open the directory?
Compatibility code for users without emacs 24.4
Feb
20
comment How to disable emacs here document completion
This solution does not work anymore (tested on emacs 24.3), because < is bound to self-insert-command by default.
Feb
20
comment Community Rejected Edit
As far as I understand, this edit was rejected only because it conflicted with a subsequent edit, community didn't deem your edit undesirable in any way. I guess that the proper course of action is to resubmit the edit.
Feb
20
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to debug org-mode export to Beamer?
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