|Subject:||bug#21140: 25.0.50; Isearch "char-fold" by default|
|Date:||Mon, 27 Jul 2015 15:24:52 +0100|
> First, the default behavior seems changed, and I'm not really aware
> (yet) of what exactly "char folding" is. I did not found any definition
> for this, even if I have some ideas.
There's another thread here about hiding that string from the prompt. I agree it's a little confusing, and char folding can be used without flashing it on the user. Somebody offered to do something about it, though I forget who.
> Second, I don't think the new default is right. I prefer to search for
> text, not for regexps by default. Otherwise, we could also invert `C-s'
> and `C-M-s', right?
Char fold search is a text search, not a regexp search. It does use a regexp underneath, but that should be invisible to the user. You type some text and it matches that text or similar texts.
> Finally, it *seems* buggy to me when using `C-w' to complete the search
> pattern (or shouldn't we use that anymore?).
I can't see your link on my phone, but if it's like you describe then it's certainly a bug.
I'll try out your examples when I get home.
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