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Re: [O] Org-edit-special and C-x C-s strange behavior

From: Andreas Leha
Subject: Re: [O] Org-edit-special and C-x C-s strange behavior
Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2012 11:14:07 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.0.92 (gnu/linux)

Eric S Fraga <address@hidden> writes:

> Leo Alekseyev <address@hidden> writes:
>>> Eric S Fraga <address@hidden> writes:
>>>> What version of org are you using?  I ask because I used to experience
>>>> the annoyance you describe a while back; more recently (since at least a
>>>> few months ago), hitting C-x C-s no longer has any negative impact: it
>>>> saves the file, or at least appears to.
>>>> You still have to C-c ' to get back to the full buffer, mind you, but
>>>> that's better, IMO, than changing the behaviour of such a fundamental
>>>> key binding as C-x C-s.
>> It appears that this bug is Emacs-version dependent: it functions as
>> you describe with 23.2, but the buffer gets buried (with an error
>> message "basic-save-buffer: Wrong type argument: stringp, nil") in
>> 24.0.92.  Org mode is the current git HEAD.  I tried to step through
>> basic-save-buffer in edebug, but I couldn't catch the error (I'm not
>> very experienced with edebug).  Can someone test this on Emacs 24 and
>> confirm what I'm seeing?
> I am using 24.0.92 and I have no problems at all (just tried right
> now).  
> One difference, however, could be the window configurations we
> use.  Specifically, I have
>       (setq org-src-window-setup (quote current-window))
> in my configuration: the special editing window replaces the current
> window entirely.  When I hit C-x C-s, the buffer is saved but nothing
> changes (nothing is buried, etc.).  Maybe you have the default
> configuration which is to reorganize-frame and maybe that is where the
> problem is?

Thanks for this Eric!
I can confirm, that the problem does not occur with this setting here,
too (emacs 24.0.92 as well).

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