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bug#32720: term-mode ignores certain window size changes


From: Gary Fredericks
Subject: bug#32720: term-mode ignores certain window size changes
Date: Mon, 7 Jan 2019 06:29:56 -0600

Actually I think I have run into the problem again, but this time it seems to be related to my use of this plugin: https://github.com/tlh/workgroups.el (in particular, C-x C-f from the scratch buffer works before setting up a workgroup, but not after -- after it complains about the minibuffer being active).

I'm going to try not using it for a few days to see if there are any other issues.

Gary Fredericks
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On Sun, Jan 6, 2019 at 4:51 PM Gary Fredericks <address@hidden> wrote:
Now that I'm trying harder to isolate the bug, I can't reproduce it anymore.

Perhaps it was a symptom of a dirty build process, as I had switched to a clean checkout. I thought `make clean; make bootstrap` was sufficient to clean everything up, but perhaps not.

Gary Fredericks
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gfredericks.com


On Tue, Jan 1, 2019 at 11:55 AM martin rudalics <address@hidden> wrote:
 > C-x b for me starts an ido buffer selector. I forgot that wasn't a default
 > either.
 >
 > So the buffer selector did not work -- it would show me a list of other
 > buffers (in the minibuffer), but I couldn't select one with RET -- it would
 > end up just creating a new buffer whose (very long) name was the list of
 > buffer names that ido showed.

Does the problem occur with emacs -Q if you just activate 'ido-mode'?
In either case you would have to debug 'ido-buffer-internal' and look
where the strange value for 'buf' comes from.  If it comes from
'ido-read-internal' you would have to look into that one too.  Here I
cannot trigger any problems with 'ido-mode'.

martin

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