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RE: Apparent regression on the undo command

From: Artur Malabarba
Subject: RE: Apparent regression on the undo command
Date: Fri, 20 Nov 2015 10:06:49 +0000

No problem Phil.
Thanks for looking into this.

On 20 Nov 2015 7:51 am, "Phillip Lord" <address@hidden> wrote:

It is my commit after all. I will work on it as soon as I can. Had a nasty cold for the last few days.

From: emacs-devel-bounces+phillip.lord=address@hidden [emacs-devel-bounces+phillip.lord=address@hidden] on behalf of Karl Fogel [address@hidden]
Sent: 20 November 2015 01:24
To: Phillip Lord
Cc: Artur Malabarba; emacs-devel
Subject: Re: Apparent regression on the undo command

address@hidden (Phillip Lord) writes:
>Artur Malabarba <address@hidden> writes:
>> 2015-11-19 9:47 GMT+00:00 Phillip Lord <address@hidden>:
>>> I'll try and see if I can automate the problem and
>>> run a bisect.
>> The following works for me. When called on the *scratch* buffer it
>> returns non-nil if the problem occurs.
>> (progn
>>   (kmacro-call-macro nil nil nil [134217788 11 14 14 11 67108911])
>>   (equal (point-min) (point)))
>> That macro simply calls M-< C-k C-n C-n C-k C-/
>I tried various combinations -- works interactively but fails in batch
>either because *scratch* hasn't been initialized, or undo appears to
>work wrongly.
>No worries, it's easy enough to test by hand, and am doing so.

Any luck?  FWIW I'm noticing the bug too, in emacs-25 branch built from commit c210b8b128c.

Best regards,

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