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[O] bug#5753: something, something, org-mode, shift-select, something

From: N. Jackson
Subject: [O] bug#5753: something, something, org-mode, shift-select, something
Date: Tue, 11 Feb 2014 13:12:00 -0400
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.3 (gnu/linux)

Bastien <address@hidden> writes:

> address@hidden (N. Jackson) writes:
>> Ah, that sounds like the start of a new adventure...
>> ... which went _far_ more smoothly than I expected! I am now testing
>> with GNU Emacs Repository revision: 116400 and Org-mode
>> version 8.2.5c.
> Yes, sorry, I meant "emacs -Q" in my recipes.
> I can't reproduce the bug with GNU Emacs, so it has probably
> been fixed between and

Bastien, you misunderstood what I wrote (sorry).

I _did_ build 24.3.50(.1) from the current (yesterday's) trunk from

And, assuming the failure of shift selection in cua-mode _is_ the bug
the OP was reporting (I was never clear about that), then the bug _is_
fixed using that build, as I wrote here:

>> In any case, with both recipes, Org behaves correctly in 

and here:

>>     emacs -Q 
>>     M-: (org-support-shift-select t) RET 
>>     M-x cua-mode RET    ; Turn _on_ cua mode 
>>     C-x C-f new-test.org RET 
>>     a 
>>     S-<left>    ; Expected: "a" is selected / highlighted 
>>     C-x         ; Expected: "a" is removed to the clipboard

>> In Emacs 24.3.1 (as, I believe, in Emacs 23), the S-<left> just moves
>> the cursor, no selection is highlighted, and the C-x fails to remove
>> the "a" to the clipboard. This defect is fixed in Emacs :)
> I'll close it when you have a chance to build Emacs from current
> trunk.

Lennart, I believe you were the original poster? Is the one above the
bug you intended to report? (I was confused by the discussion of
org-replace-disputed-keys, which doesn't seem to be a factor here.) And
if so, do you want to test on 24.3.50, or are you satisfied that the bug
is fixed?

> Thanks again for the detailed reports!

You're welcome, but clearly I need to improve my clarity! Thank you for
being there to do something about them.


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