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bug#30337: auto-filling with 'However,'

From: Simola Antti (VATT)
Subject: bug#30337: auto-filling with 'However,'
Date: Sat, 3 Feb 2018 18:55:16 +0000


Thank you for your response! I noticed too that double space fixed the problem 
for that particular sentence. Still, I don’t use double space for any sentence 
and the other sentences auto-fill as they should. Is that nevertheless proper 



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> David Kastrup <address@hidden> kirjoitti 3.2.2018 kello 20.23:
> "Simola Antti (VATT)" <address@hidden> writes:
>> --text follows this line--
>> Remember to cover the basics, that is, what you expected to happen and
>> what in fact did happen.
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>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> I have many times encountered unsatisfactory behavior of M-q
>> auto-filling when the subsequent line would start with 'However,'. The
>> fill leaves also the preceding word on the line with 'However,',
>> although that would fit well on the preceding line.
> You don't bother giving an example so I have to guess.  My guess is that
> You don't end your sentences with double space but have
>    sentence-end-double-space is a variable defined in ‘paragraphs.el’.
>    Its value is t
>      This variable is safe as a file local variable if its value
>      satisfies the predicate ‘booleanp’.
>    Documentation:
>    Non-nil means a single space does not end a sentence.
>    This is relevant for filling.  See also ‘sentence-end-without-period’
>    and ‘colon-double-space’.
>    This value is used by the function ‘sentence-end’ to construct the
>    regexp describing the end of a sentence, when the value of the variable
>    ‘sentence-end’ is nil.  See Info node ‘(elisp)Standard Regexps’.
>    You can customize this variable.
> set at its default of t .
> Naturally, AUCTeX will obey your settings.
> -- 
> David Kastrup

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