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bug#207: marked as done (Next release)


From: Emacs bug Tracking System
Subject: bug#207: marked as done (Next release)
Date: Mon, 2 Jun 2008 01:10:04 -0700

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has caused the Emacs bug report #207,
regarding Next release
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--- Begin Message --- Subject: Re: Next release Date: Fri, 9 May 2008 15:52:45 +0200
> What for?

Just to help catching errors. I'm a functional programming fan, I like
inmutable objects.

> char-tables have inheritance, so I don't see what more we need for
> display-tables.

(let ((global (make-display-table))
      (local (make-display-table)))
  (set-char-table-parent local global)
  (aset global ?0 [?< ?0 ?>])
  (aset local ?1 [?< ?1 ?>])
  (setq standard-display-table global)
  (setq buffer-display-table local)
  (insert "01"))

=> 0<1>

That is, local's parent is global, but once local is set as
buffer-local display table, global's contents is irrelevant when
viewing the buffer. That limits the usefulness of display tables. Or
am I missing something?

 Juanma



--- End Message ---
--- Begin Message --- Subject: Re: Next release Date: Mon, 2 Jun 2008 04:00:46 -0400
Closing this since it does not seem to be a bug.


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