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Re: tags-query-replace stops prematurely


From: Gerd Moellmann
Subject: Re: tags-query-replace stops prematurely
Date: 14 Aug 2001 17:39:29 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.0.105

address@hidden (Andreas Gustafsson) writes:

> The tags-query-replace command stops prematurely when query replacing
> an uppercase string in files that also contain the same string in
> lower case.
> 
> To reproduce the problem, create two or more files (e.g., a.txt and
> b.txt) each containing the following two lines of text:
> 
>   FOO
>   foo
> 
> Then create a tags file listing the files, e.g. with "etags a.txt b.txt".
> 
> Then execute the command (tags-query-replace "FOO" "BAR" nil).  Emacs
> will prompt for whether to replace the FOO in the first file with BAR.
> Press "y".  Emacs will replace the FOO with BAR as expected, but then
> it displays the message "Replaced 0 occurrences" and stops, without
> ever offering to replace the occurrences of FOO in subsequent files.

Thanks for the report.  I think this is fixed in the coming 21.1.
When it is released, please check that it works and file a new 
report if it doesn't.



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