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bug#7351: 24.0.50; next-error no longer takes into account buffer modifi

From: Jan Djärv
Subject: bug#7351: 24.0.50; next-error no longer takes into account buffer modifications
Date: Thu, 11 Nov 2010 23:12:00 +0100
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FWIW, I remember this feature also from 5-10 years ago. But I hadn't noticed that it was gone now.

        Jan D.

Paul Pogonyshev skrev 2010-11-11 20.31:
Glenn Morris wrote:
Paul Pogonyshev wrote:

I believe this used to work fine in past.

Could you give a release of Emacs in which this works?

I tried 21.4, 22.1, 22.2, 22.3, 23.1, and 23.2; and it didn't seem to
work in any of them.

No.  I seem to recollect that at some point (certainly before 24.x
development, maybe even before 23) I could fix a compilation error in
a C file by adding/removing lines, and subsequent errors would still
be found correctly, without any line offset.  Maybe it depends on
actual error source, i.e. gcc vs. grep?  Then again, maybe I invented
this whole story and my memory is failing...

In the latter case, can this be requalified as a feature request?


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