|Subject:||Re: Bug in looking-at?|
|Date:||Tue, 16 Aug 2005 01:42:06 +0200|
|User-agent:||Mozilla Thunderbird 1.0.6 (Windows/20050716)|
Lennart Borgman wrote:
Jason Rumney wrote:Hm. Yes, I can see now I misunderstood the [:space:] character class. It was not exactly what I thought. I believed \r and \n belonged to this character class (though I understand it can not).Richard has replied that he does not see this problem on his system (GNU/Linux I suppose).What is the problem? Everything that you said SHOULD happen does, on both GNU/Linux and W32. So I don't think I see it either.This explains why the pattern did not match. However it does not explain why it matched later in point 3. I am still so surprised by this that I had to test it once again to be sure.
To my surprise I can not reproduce this now. I did several tests before with emacs -Q and it work the way I described all the times. Richard can't see it, Jason don't see the problem, I could see it but not now. It is beginning to look like a possibly intermittent hardware memory problem to me. But I am not sure yet, those are hard to track down. So - just drop it for now at least. I will come back if I come to another conclusion than the one above.
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