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[Pan-users] Re: ANN: Pan 0.122 "Not Even Wrong"

From: Duncan
Subject: [Pan-users] Re: ANN: Pan 0.122 "Not Even Wrong"
Date: Sat, 3 Feb 2007 22:55:18 +0000 (UTC)
User-agent: pan 0.121 (Dortmunder)

Charles Kerr <address@hidden> posted
excerpted below, on  Sat, 03 Feb 2007 13:27:11 -0600:

>   307028 editor error: cursor position on indented lines (Richard Rasker)

>   403762 pasted text isn't wrapped automatically (Artur Jachacy)

The fix for one of these made things /worse/, AFAICT.  Pan has always been
"unique" in the way it wraps lines on occasion, but now... sometimes it
splits words leaving half on each line, sometimes it gets to the end of
the line and if the next character is a space, it simply doesn't add it,
so combines two words, moving them to the next line, sometimes it works
right, sometimes it seems to transpose letters in the middle of a line
for no reason (it used to do this near the beginning of a line after a
"funky" line wrap, now it seems to do it more, in the middle of lines).

Put it this way... I'm glad pan has spellcheck, as that's often what
alerts me that it has screwed up a line (or a word in the middle of one).
If it didn't...

I'm running SVN and updated a couple hours before the announcement.  If i
t (that's one right there) was worked on again in the last six hours or s
o (there's another) before the announcement, I may not have it yet.

Is this still being worked on as an open bug or should I file one?

Duncan - List replies preferred.   No HTML msgs.
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