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Re: Full-width characters can result in an unwanted space in filenames


From: Chet Ramey
Subject: Re: Full-width characters can result in an unwanted space in filenames
Date: Tue, 7 Mar 2017 14:02:55 -0800
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On 3/3/17 9:53 PM, Misaki wrote:

> 15 Mar 2015
> bash bug
> Full-width character, followed by at least one full word with a space after 
> it.
> 
> Example: あa a
> 
> With trailing space.
> 
> Typing before the full-width character causes the 'あ' to be pushed to next
> line, with a blank space on previous line though if selected and copied it
> will actually produce a space.
> 
> The 'あ' occupies two columns on the new line, but characters after the
> first a are only moved one column to the right. The first a, or the first
> character after the 'あ' including a space, is pushed two columns to the
> right, covering the second character after the 'あ'.
> 
> A similar bug occurs when deleting characters before the 'あ', except no
> trailing space is required. A character is duplicated but might be first
> letter of first word on second line, or last letter of next word.
> Duplicating one letter as soon as 'あ' goes to previous line is easy to
> replicate; duplicating other letters as further characters before 'あ' are
> deleted might only happen after resetting the line using up arrow then down
> arrow, but actually just because of forward bug because displayed
> characters change after pressing up then down. Second word on line only
> seems to be affected if no other words after it.

This should be fixed in the next devel branch push. Thanks for the report
with the reproducible test case.

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