On 2012-06-06, Eric Abrahamsen <eric@eric...> wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 06 2012, Frank Fischer wrote:
>> I have a problem when advising a function/command that uses
>> `called-interactively-p' but I have not been able to find a solution.
>> Suppose you have a command calling `called-interactively-p'
>> (defun myfunc ()
>> (message "MYFUNC %s" (called-interactively-p 'any)))
>> Now, when executing M-x myfunc RET the message line shows "MYFUNC t"
>> as expected. But when that function is advised
>> (defadvice myfunc (around around-myfunc activate)
> While you're waiting for an answer from someone who really understand
> how all this works, I've found that I need to add an (interactive)
> statement to the defadvice form as well, in order to preserve
> interactive state. Give it a shot, anyway!
I've tried this and it does not make a difference. And according to the
elisp manual it should not do: 17.10 states
The interactive form is present if the original function or some
piece of advice specifies one.