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Tue, 09 Aug 2005 10:40:57 +0200
In simple.el we have the following code:
(defvar widen-automatically t
"Non-nil means it is ok for commands to call `widen' when they want to.
Some commands will do this in order to go to positions outside
the current accessible part of the buffer.
If `widen-automatically' is nil, these commands will do something else
as a fallback, and won't change the buffer bounds.")
(defun pop-global-mark ()
(error "Global mark position is outside accessible part of buffer")
Isn't this test the opposite of what was intended?
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