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bug#18938: Emacs 24.3: newline-and-indent has two undo boundaries

From: Samuel Wales
Subject: bug#18938: Emacs 24.3: newline-and-indent has two undo boundaries
Date: Thu, 31 May 2018 17:20:48 -0700

yes, it seems to be fixed in 24.4.1 on debian jessie.  i do not have
access to other versions.

thank you.

On 5/31/18, Noam Postavsky <address@hidden> wrote:
> tags 18938 fixed
> close 18938 24.4
> quit
> Samuel Wales <address@hidden> writes:
>> Reporting as suggested by Stefan.
>> In order to bunch up undos by 1 instead of the hardcoded 20, I do this:
>>   (add-hook 'post-self-insert-hook #'undo-boundary 'append)
>> This or advice used to work, then around Emacs 24.1 it stopped
>> working.  Stefan patched it in 24.3.  It now works in most cases.  The
>> history is in this Debian bug:
>>   Re: [O] bug#11774: bug#11774: org-mode causes undo boundaries to be
>> lost
>> I use undo-tree 0.6.6.  The bug also occurs with it turned off.
>> When I press RET when it is bound to newline-and-indent, the newline
>> and the indentation are undone separately.  I expected the RET to be
>> undone.
> Seems to be fixed in 24.4

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