Re: Bad argument: #<subr string-match>, (), 2

>>>>> "MZ" == Milan Zamazal <pdm zamazal org> writes:

    MZ> I sometimes (especially when switching virtual desktops) receive
    MZ> the following sawfish error:

    MZ>   Bad argument: #<subr string-match>, (), 2

I've found it (the backtrace-on-error variable is my friend now).
There's a bug in the gnome-event-proxyer function -- `event' may be ()
in which case the string-match call breaks.


Milan Zamazal


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