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From: Deniz Dogan
Subject: bug#6493:
Date: Sun, 27 Jun 2010 16:02:45 +0200

2010/6/27 Drew Adams <address@hidden>:
>> How about this? (See attached patch.)
> 1. Thanks for working on this.
> 2. Please cc the bug submitter, and please put the bug subject line in the
> Subject line.  It was only by searching old mails for "6493" that I sent that 
> I
> was able to find that this was a bug I submitted. Now I must search similarly
> for the other bugs you replied to with no Subject line other than the bug #.
> Multiply my experience by that of others.

Sorry about this, it just wasn't clear to me how people are supposed
to use the bug tracker. I'm not used to accessing bug trackers by

> 3. What's important about these functions is the return value. The doc string
> needs to be explicit about what is _returned_. There is no need to repeat info
> that follows from definitions (e.g. that point and mark are the region 
> limits).
> Example:
> "Returns point or mark, whichever is larger."

How about this (for region-end):

"Returns point or mark, whichever is larger.

The returned value is the position of the end of the region as an integer."

...and likewise for region-beginning.

Deniz Dogan

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