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Re: feature/fix-the-long-lines-display-bug c760d2ed16: * etc/PROBLEMS: R

From: Philip Kaludercic
Subject: Re: feature/fix-the-long-lines-display-bug c760d2ed16: * etc/PROBLEMS: Remove the entry which is no longer relevant.
Date: Tue, 19 Jul 2022 04:10:41 +0000

Gregory Heytings <gregory@heytings.org> writes:

>> I just tried it out, and while it certainly is an improvement, I
>> noticed that the performance appears to depend on the direction the
>> point moves. E.g. I generated a long line using
>> yes abbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb | head -100000 | tr -d '\n' > long-line
>> and I could C-v to the end without any issues.  But M-v was
>> significantly slower.  The same applies to C-f vs. C-b.
> Yes, the same is true without long lines, moving backward is slower
> than moving forward (but you probably meant C-p vs C-n, not C-f vs
> C-b).

No, I meant C-f and C-b, as the file contained only one line, but the
same applies to C-p and C-n.

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