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doc buffer is not downloaded when installing swiper from elpa #379

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ardpp opened this Issue Feb 5, 2016 · 5 comments

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ardpp commented Feb 5, 2016

In one of the recent issues C-h m was mentioned to call ivy-help. I have tried that and got the message that the file /home/ardpp/.emacs.d/elpa/swiper-20160204.637/doc/ivy-help.org is not found. Actually there is no doc directory in there at all. I install swiper frome elpa. Any idea what is going wrong?

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Should work now, please check.

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abo-abo commented Feb 6, 2016

Should work now, please check.

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Something strange going on, even though the MELPA recipe is updated.

ivy-help: Opening input file: No such file or directory, /home/drot/.emacs.d/elpa/swiper-20160205.1224/doc/ivy-help.org

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The file ivy-help.org ends up in the swiper directory instead of swiper/doc, MELPA just fetches the file from that directory as you specified in the recipe. So changing it to (expand-file-name "ivy-help.org") works.

drot commented Feb 7, 2016

Something strange going on, even though the MELPA recipe is updated.

ivy-help: Opening input file: No such file or directory, /home/drot/.emacs.d/elpa/swiper-20160205.1224/doc/ivy-help.org

Edit:

The file ivy-help.org ends up in the swiper directory instead of swiper/doc, MELPA just fetches the file from that directory as you specified in the recipe. So changing it to (expand-file-name "ivy-help.org") works.

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Thanks, it should work now. MELPA puts it in ./ivy-help.org instead of ./doc/ivy-help.org as I thought before.

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abo-abo commented Feb 7, 2016

Thanks, it should work now. MELPA puts it in ./ivy-help.org instead of ./doc/ivy-help.org as I thought before.

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ardpp Feb 8, 2016

It works, thank you!

ardpp commented Feb 8, 2016

It works, thank you!

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