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bug#49645: 28.0.50; Bookmark line highlighting remain stuck

From: Marius Kjeldahl
Subject: bug#49645: 28.0.50; Bookmark line highlighting remain stuck
Date: Sun, 25 Jul 2021 23:14:16 +0200

I rebuilt emacs from head (brew reinstall emacs-head@28 --with-cocoa
--with-native-comp) and it still does seem to work.

If I set four bookmarks and then delete all bookmarks, only the last
one set will actually be cleaned up visually. Even though there are no
active bookmarks any longer, the three first will still have
highlighted lines.


Marius K.

On Sun, Jul 25, 2021 at 4:34 PM Christopher League
<league@contrapunctus.net> wrote:
> Marius Kjeldahl <marius.kjeldahl@gmail.com> writes:
> > A few months ago highlighting the bookmark lines got turned on
> > by default. While it's possible to delete bookmarks, the
> > highlighting seems to remain stuck. Setting and clearing many
> > temporary bookmarks while working in code means the the code
> > gets littered with such highlights. I haven't found any way of
> > cleaning up those highlights, except killing the buffer and
> > reloading the file. I've turned it off by setting
> > bookmark-fontify. But surely, the current behaviour must be
> > considered a bug.
> Hi Marius,
> I think today we committed a fix for this issue of stuck bookmark
> highlights:
> https://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/emacs.git/commit/?id=142961bcdfb202ca3347a085e55c87b164bb2fb9
> Can you confirm that it resolves the problem you saw?
> If you're not building from git regularly, you should be able to
> just download the most recent bookmark.el from here and
> ‘eval-buffer’ it to test:
> https://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/emacs.git/plain/lisp/bookmark.el
> In my analysis, clearing the highlight worked previously when
> using ‘bookmark-delete’, but not when overwriting an existing
> bookmark with a new location. The current version should fix it.
> Thanks.
> CL

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