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[Bug-AUCTeX] Re: 11.85; TeX-format-filter incorrectly unbreaks lines

From: Ralf Angeli
Subject: [Bug-AUCTeX] Re: 11.85; TeX-format-filter incorrectly unbreaks lines
Date: Thu, 08 Apr 2010 17:52:12 +0200

Please keep the mailing list copied.  Also, I've reformatted your post
(except for the part with the LaTeX output) since the lines were longer
than 80 characters.

* Ivan Andrus (2010-04-05) writes:

> On Apr 2, 2010, at 3:00 PM, Ralf Angeli wrote:
>> Thanks for the suggested fix.  However, such a fix has been included in
>> the development version of AUCTeX for nearly two years now and is also
>> part of AUCTeX 11.86.  In case you installed 11.86, are you sure it is
>> not shadowed by an older installation?
> Dang.  You're absolutely right.  What's even more embarrassing is that
> I thought I had checked that.
> For some reason I'm still seeing the problem, so it must be caused by
> something else.  It looks like it may be due to overfull boxes such as
> Overfull \hbox (30.30951pt too wide) in paragraph at lines 16--20
> \FMS/futm/m/n/10 9\FML/futmi/m/it/10 ^^N[]\T1/futs/m/n/10 (\FML/futmi/m/it/10 
> ^^O\T1/futs/m/n/10 ) \FMS/futm/m/n/10 \203 \T1/futs/m/n/10 0$ such that 
> $(\FML/futm
> i/m/it/10 t\T1/futs/m/n/10 , \FML/futmi/m/it/10 v[]\T1/futs/m/n/10 )
> which would explain why it's seems sporadic.

Is this copied from the output buffer in AUCTeX or from a terminal or
log file?  If it's from AUCTeX, perhaps the linebreaks at column 79 have
not been removed correctly?

The funny thing is that there is a regexp in `TeX-parse-error' which
tries to deal with output containing linebreaks:

(re-search-forward "\r?\n\

But this should work equally well with the situation where _all_
linebreaks were removed.


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