[ANNOUNCEMENT] Updated: {emacs,emacs-X11,emacs-el}-24.1-1

Ken Brown kbrown@cornell.edu
Mon Jul 23 18:02:00 GMT 2012

On 7/23/2012 1:12 PM, Franz Häuslschmid wrote:
> I observed, that org-mode started to behave strangely.  Especially the function
> `org-clock-in' fails with following output to the *Messages* buffer:
>    find-library-name: Can't find library org

The documentation for the function 'find-library-name' is

   "Return the absolute file name of the Emacs Lisp source of LIBRARY.
LIBRARY should be a string (the name of the library)."
   ;; If the library is byte-compiled, try to find a source library by
   ;; the same name.

So the first question is whether you have the elisp sources installed 
(which are provided by the Cygwin package emacs-el).  On my system, if I 

   (find-library-name "org")

I get


If installing emacs-el doesn't solve your problem, please send me 
instructions for reproducing it, starting with 'emacs -Q'.  I don't use 
org-mode, so the instructions will have to be detailed.


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