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bug#1073: 23.0.60; Bad interaction between compilation-scroll-output and
Lennart Borgman (gmail)
bug#1073: 23.0.60; Bad interaction between compilation-scroll-output and dedicated windows
Fri, 03 Oct 2008 15:46:47 +0200
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martin rudalics wrote:
>> I did not try the patch so maybe I misunderstand it. But is not the
>> problem that (current-buffer) is not the same as (window-buffer)?
> Yes. But the real problem is that `select-window' returns immediately
> (that is, without making its buffer current) when its argument is the
> selected window.
Thanks, that was what I thought. That is why I am suggesting the
defmacro. I think it would be useful and it is not dangerous to
introduce it. Even in a feature freeze and can be of value to fixing
problems with this strange behaviour of select-window. And the semantic
of the defmacro could be the same even if select-window is "corrected".
And the changes, but since you did not answer to that I guess I was
misunderstanding something there.
bug#1073: 23.0.60; Bad interaction between compilation-scroll-output and dedicated windows, Stefan Monnier, 2008/10/04
bug#1073: marked as done (23.0.60; Bad interaction between compilation-scroll-output and dedicated windows), Emacs bug Tracking System, 2008/10/04