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Re: Change in supercite behavior from 20.7 to 21.1


From: Gerd Moellmann
Subject: Re: Change in supercite behavior from 20.7 to 21.1
Date: 28 Oct 2001 17:18:21 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.1.50

Andrew Koenig <address@hidden> writes:

> Here are the details.  In my .emacs file, I have the following:
> 
>    (autoload 'sc-cite-original "supercite" "Supercite 3.1" t)
>    (autoload 'sc-submit-bug-report "supercite" "Supercite 3.1" t)
>    (add-hook 'mail-citation-hook 'sc-cite-original)
>    (setq sc-reference-tag-string ">> ")
>    (setq sc-preferred-header-style 7)    ; sc-no-blank-line-or-header
>    (setq sc-auto-fill-region-p nil)
>    (setq sc-citation-leader "")
> 
> Now... Suppose I'm replying to a mail message from "author", and
> I use Supercite's C-c C-y to attribute the original message.
> I might have something in my *mail* buffer like this:
> 
>         author> This is a message
>         author> that needs a reply.
> 
> Suppose I now position the cursor within this text and hit M-Q.
> Under 20.7, I would get the following:
> 
>         author> This is a message that needs a reply.
> 
> Under 21.1, I get the following:
> 
>         author> This is a message author> that needs a reply.
> 
> Evidently the fill prefix is getting lost.  Is this a bug, or is there
> an additional hook somewhere that 21.1 needs and 20.7 didn't?

This seems to have been fixed in the development version, i.e.  it
must have been fixed very recently.

Does Andrew's report ring a bell for someone from emacs-devel?
Obviously, the change that was made must have had some impact on
filling.



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