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Sun, 19 Oct 2008 22:41:03 -0400
On 18 Oct 2008, at 15:08, Stefan Monnier wrote:
There's indeed a conflict between several possible uses of header-
I'm not sure what we should about it in general. In this specific
leaving the header-line alone sounds like a good idea: it doesn't
the problem, but allows the user to work around it.
OK, I have checked in the change.
There are some other occurrences of the same problem, though:
The following packages offer variables to switch off header line use,
but set header-line-format to nil in that case:
Unconditional setting (but at least header-line-format is usually
saved and restored):
I suggest to change the first four instances, because variables
advertise a certain functionality and we currently don't quite keep
this promise. In the other cases, one would have to review whether
the header line can and should be optionally switched off. That could
be done after the release.
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