|Date:||Sat, 31 Jan 2009 16:21:39 -0500|
The situation is actually worse. In my case, tags-query-replace does a frequently
a very partial job, even if I delete all buffers involved.
I have a long list of TeX files whose name is listed in a file called etags-files.
The TAGS file is created from it using etags `cat etags-files`.
I do a tags-query-replace, and only a few of the replacements will be done.
I can save the files involved and repeat the process; after maybe 5-4 repetitions,
it goes through all.
The total length of the text is fairly large (245 printed pages), and I have not tried
to reproduce the behavior on small examples. But I did not have it before Aquamacs.
Whether tags-search or tags-query-replace, pressing "n" for skipping, space for replacement and
M-, for resuming starting from point, always produced the expected result.
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