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bug#24109: 24.5; Long lines in message mode make Emacs irresponsive

From: Yuri D'Elia
Subject: bug#24109: 24.5; Long lines in message mode make Emacs irresponsive
Date: Sat, 01 Oct 2016 19:10:27 +0200
User-agent: mu4e 0.9.17; emacs 24.5.1

On Thu, Jan 01 1970, Yuri D'Elia <address@hidden> wrote:
>> What are your values of hscroll-step and hscroll-margin?

hscroll-step 0
hscroll-margin 5

(default values)

> In addition to the above, here's one more: when hscroll_window_tree is
> called with w->hscroll already non-zero (i.e. after the display engine
> scrolls the window to bring point into the view), how come it tries
> again to hscroll the window?  The complicated condition that starts at
> line 12993 is supposed to yield false in that case, because the X
> coordinate of the cursor, stored in w->cursor.x, is now supposed to be
> between the left and the right hscroll margins.  Why isn't that
> happening in your case?
> Some values that might help understand the answer to the above are:
>   in C:
>     w->cursor
>     w->min_hscroll
>   in Lisp:
>     hscroll-step
>     hscroll-margin

It took me a while to sit down on this issue again.

I noticed one thing while trying to restrict the problem: setting
auto-hscroll-mode to nil, an error is shown in the *Messages* buffer
instead of entering an infinite loop:

previous-line: Beginning of buffer

while not moving the cursor at all on the first invocation, but working
on the second. If something is off there, it might as well be trigger
horizontal scrolling and thus conflict with the current goal column.

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