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Re: Is this a bug in cperl mode


From: Le Wang
Subject: Re: Is this a bug in cperl mode
Date: Tue, 11 Feb 2003 01:23:03 GMT
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Daniel Pfeiffer wrote:

> address@hidden (Kai Gro├čjohann) skribis:
>> Harry Putnam <address@hidden> writes:
> 
>> > I get several kinds of goofy behavior from cperl mode on this snippet
>> > of code.  The syntax hylight breaks down on last section too.  Makes
>> > cperl pretty useless for what its designed for. Maybe its local guff
>> > causing it but starting emacs -q -no-site-file doesn't seem to help.
> 
>> I could reproduce this with the cperl that comes with Emacs, but the
>> cperl from Ilya (I have 4.32, it seems) works.
> 
>> How about you check that and submit a bug report, suggesting to
>> upgrade the cperl in Emacs.  (It seems that the cperl in Emacs is
>> quite old.)
> 
> Actually I've been exploring this recently, and the opposite is the case.
> The CPerl from Ilya is quite old.  The emacs variant has had quite a few
> little bug-fixes over the last three years.  This seems the first case where
> Ilya's is better.

Here is another:

Using filladapt-mode, I'm able to fill end-of-line comments with the Ilya's 
version.  This is broken in the Emacs version, both CVS and stable.

I just checked, and adaptive-fill-mode is broken in the same manner.

I can turn filladapt off in the mode hook, but still regression is never good.

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Le


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