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Re: find-file-literally and save-buffer

From: Alfred M. Szmidt
Subject: Re: find-file-literally and save-buffer
Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2007 11:47:54 +0200 (CEST)

   >> To reproduce:
   >> | emacs -Q
   >> | M-x find-file-literally ~/RMAIL.empty RET
   >> | C-u M-~   (not-modified t)
   >> | C-x C-s   (save-buffer)
   >> Answering y at this point has no effect
   > I can't seem to reproduce this...

   I think I see what you mean a little more clearly, but I still don't
   see the bug.

   You didn't mention this in your original post, but you must already
   have the file RMAIL.empty open in Rmail mode before doing
   find-file-literally to see the warning prompt you mentioned.

I didn't need to have that, for me it occurs when I do exactly what I
noted above; and it always happens.  I'll see if I can get a

   For me, however, typing "y" at the prompt does have the desired effect
   of opening RMAIL.empty literally.  So the bug doesn't happen for me.


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