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bug#8859: 24.0.50; `display-current-display-table': wrap or pretty-print


From: Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen
Subject: bug#8859: 24.0.50; `display-current-display-table': wrap or pretty-print content
Date: Fri, 01 Jul 2011 16:20:01 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.110018 (No Gnus v0.18) Emacs/24.0.50 (gnu/linux)

"Drew Adams" <address@hidden> writes:

> The *Help* buffer content from `describe-display-table' should be
> pretty-printed, or at least wrapped.  Here is an example (dunno how the
> mail might wrap this, but the line here is 473 columns wide!
>
> C-l           [10 (32 . 81) (32 . 81) (32 . 81) (32 . 81) (32 . 81) (32 . 81)
> (32 . 81) (32 . 81) (32 . 81) (32 . 81) (83 . 81) (101 . 81) (99 . 81) (116 .
> 81) (105 . 81) (111 . 81) (110 . 81) (32 . 81) (40 . 81) (80 . 81) (114 . 81)
> (105 . 81) (110 . 81) (116 . 81) (97 . 81) (98 . 81) (108 . 81) (101 . 81) 
> (32 .
> 81) (80 . 81) (97 . 81) (103 . 81) (101 . 81) (41 . 81) (32 . 81) (32 . 81) 
> (32
> . 81) (32 . 81) (32 . 81) (32 . 81) (32 . 81) (32 . 81) (32 . 81) (32 . 81)]

What buffer are you in when you get this long line?  I've tried
reproducing the bug, but none of my buffers have a display table like
that.  :-)

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