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bug#8999: 24.0.50; abbrev-mode infinite loop


From: Tim Cross
Subject: bug#8999: 24.0.50; abbrev-mode infinite loop
Date: Wed, 6 Jul 2011 11:03:02 +1000

Stefan Monnier writes:
 > forcemerge 8998 8999
 > thanks
 > 
 > > There appears to be an infinite loop issue with the current emacs bzr
 > > sources and abbrev-mode. When abbrev-mode is enabled, typing any word
 > > and hitting an end of word marker (i.e. space) puts emacs into an
 > > infinite loop. Hitting C-g breaks out of the loop, but you cannot enter
 > > an end of word character (i.e. something that triggers an abbrev
 > > expansion lookup) without the loop. 
 > 
 > I believe I've fixed this problem now in the trunk.  Please confirm,
 > 
 
I can confirm that the fix you applied appears to have resolved the issue. I
cannot reproduce using the same recipie and issues I observed using additonal
packages seem to be resolved. Thanks.

Tim

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