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From: Peter TB Brett <peter AT peter-b DOT co DOT uk>
Subject: Re: [geda-user] [ANNOUNCE] geda-gaf 1.9.0 (unstable) released
Date: Wed, 05 Dec 2012 13:38:35 +0000
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Enoch <ixew AT hotmail DOT com> writes:

> This release broke my exisiting rc files, for example, gschemrc:
>
> (load-from-path "auto-uref.scm")	       ; load the autonumbering script
> (add-hook! add-component-hook auto-uref)       ; autonumber when adding a component
> (add-hook! copy-component-hook auto-uref)      ; autonumber when copying a component
>
> Failed to load RC file [...]: Unbound variable: add-component-hook
>
> Can the developers please post working new rc files with their pick
> features?

I just tested this; your snippet above works *flawlessly* on a clean
1.9.0 install, so clearly I do release "working new RC files".

Out of interest, do you actually read the e-mails sent to this mailing
list, or do you treat it as a write-only resource?

                       Peter

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Peter Brett <peter AT peter-b DOT co DOT uk>
Remote Sensing Research Group
Surrey Space Centre

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