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[Bug-zile] [Lua Zile] kill-ring not working

From: Gary V. Vaughan
Subject: [Bug-zile] [Lua Zile] kill-ring not working
Date: Mon, 4 Apr 2011 22:02:33 +0700
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.20 (2009-06-14)

Hi Reuben,

Is it useful to you if I fire a bunch of bug reports to the list like this,
or is there a tracker somewhere I should be using?  Also, I imagine you're
already aware of them... so it would be good to have somewhere to search
for known issues before mailbombing the list.  The issue tracker at github
is hosted, managed and free if you're open to suggestions. :)

So, now that I have rex_gnu.so compiling and loading, I can start to
make use of Zile for day to day editing, but there are quite a few small

This one is easy to reproduce, create a file with 4 lines of text:

  line 1
  line 2
  line 3
  line 4

With the cursor on the first 'n', when I hit ^K in Emacs, 'ne 1'
is added to the kill ring and removed from the buffer.  And then when I
hit ^Y, the 'ne 1' is put back. Zile works correctly here.

Similarly, in Emacs ^K^K with the cursor on the first 'l' deletes 'line1\n'
from the buffer and adds it to the kill ring, moving the subsequent lines
up to fill the void left by the empty line, and then I can move the cursor
down a line and hit ^Y to put the killed text back in the buffer.  Zile does
nothing with subsequent ^K. Such that from the original file, ^K^K^N^Y
mangles the buffer into this:

  <blank line>

Also, there's no yank-pop in Lua Zile, is that a bug or just something not
(yet) implemented?

Gary V. Vaughan (gary AT gnu DOT org)

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