feature request: fetch missing keys in the background

David Edmondson dme at dme.org
Fri Sep 7 04:31:26 PDT 2018

On Tuesday, 2018-09-04 at 10:12:00 -04, Antoine Beaupré wrote:

> So I tried that and it works, if I really don't touch anything. It's
> certainly an improvement over the previous behavior. Once the "message"
> is gone (ie. as soon as anything else is done in Emacs), it's a little
> hard to figure out what is happening without going through the status
> buffer.
> Maybe that's fine, but it would be nice if the button would immediately
> update with that status. For example, the text could change to
> "... updating" or something. Of course, we're back to the same place
> that it can't be updated without shuffling the buffer around if the
> point moved, but at least the UI would "remember" there was some change
> in the status (it's not just "Failure" but "We're working on it").

v2 of the patch does this.

When I grow up I'll be stable.

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