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Re: Incompatibility of CC mode

From: Masatake YAMATO
Subject: Re: Incompatibility of CC mode
Date: Wed, 04 Apr 2007 23:17:48 +0900 (JST)

> Is there any good reason for this incompatibility?
> If not, let's get rid of it.
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> From: Paul Curry <address@hidden>
> Date: Mon, 2 Apr 2007 15:46:32 -0500
> Subject: c-subword-mode - inconsistent behavior
> The functions c-capitalize-subword, c-downcase-subword, c-upcase-subword
> claim to behave like their normal emacs counterparts, but all three
> functions move the point when given a negative argument.  Furthermore,
> c-capitalize-subword doesn't even work with a negative argument on my
> machine.  I changed the functions to better mimic the behavior of
> capitalize/downcase/upcase/-word: they no longer move point with a  
> negative
> argument.

It seems that Paul's argument is correct.
I will review Paul's version of code.

Masatake YAMATO

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