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Re: Using `save-window-excursion' instead of `save-excursion' for `comme

From: Andreas Röhler
Subject: Re: Using `save-window-excursion' instead of `save-excursion' for `comment-region'?
Date: Thu, 05 Dec 2013 13:49:34 +0100
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Am 05.12.2013 11:18, schrieb Bastien:
In Org buffer, you can comment code within source blocks.  This opens
a new buffer, insert the code there, comment it, and insert the buffer
contents back into Org's buffer.

With the current `comment-region' function, point is lost when Org
goes back to the org buffer.  Using `save-window-excursion' instead
of `save-excursion' fixes the problem.

Are you aware of problems that this change may trigger?

I cannot think of any, but I'm always a bit cautious when using

Thanks for your feedback,

Hi Bastien,

last time I've seen in, indirect buffers were used, which would be worth 


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