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From: Lars Ingebrigtsen <larsi@gnus.org>
To: Mark Harig <idirectscm@aim.com>
Cc: 46710@debbugs.gnu.org
Subject: bug#46710: 27.1; `calc' sub-menu item invokes non-existent `calc-mult' function.
Date: Wed, 24 Feb 2021 17:54:50 +0100
Message-ID: <87ft1l76ed.fsf@gnus.org> (raw)
In-Reply-To: <1223299299.1262773.1614023650941@mail.yahoo.com> (Mark Harig's message of "Mon, 22 Feb 2021 19:54:10 +0000 (UTC)")

Mark Harig <idirectscm@aim.com> writes:

>     Note that the menu item also documents the keystroke
>   alternative, ‘*’.  C-h k * reports that ‘*’ invokes the
>   function ‘calc-times’.  Likewise, the alternative menu
>   item Calc -> Matrices/Vectors -> Matrices -> (2:) dot (:1)
>   also invokes the function ‘calc-times’.  This menu item
>   and ‘*’ produce the same result.
>
>   The Calc -> Matrices/Vectors -> Vectors sub-menu is
>   defined in the file calc-menu.el (in the lisp/calc
>   sub-directory): (defvar calc-vectors-menu ...).
>
>   The entry that lists the non-existent ‘calc-mult’ function
>   reads:
>
>               ["(2:) dot (1:)"
>               calc-mult
>               :keys "*"
>               :active (>= (calc-stack-size) 2)
>               :help "The dot product"]

Thanks for the thorough analysis here.  I've now changed this to use
calc-times in Emacs 28, and that does indeed seem to produce the correct
results here (i.e., the same as the `*' command).

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