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Re: [O] Bug: syntax highlighting in ox-odt and emacs26+ broken [9.1.2 (9

From: Jay Kamat
Subject: Re: [O] Bug: syntax highlighting in ox-odt and emacs26+ broken [9.1.2 (9.1.2-elpa @ /home/jay/Code/tmp/emacs/lisp/org/)]
Date: Wed, 18 Oct 2017 00:47:52 -0400
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/26.0.90 (gnu/linux)

I submitted a bug report to emacs core, and Eli says:

> Having read all of the references and discussions you've provided, I
> see no evidence that this is an Emacs issue, as opposed to an Org
> issue.  I think the Org developers should take a look at this first,
> and only if they provide clear evidence that the problem is due to
> Emacs, should the problem come here.


I tried to take a look at this, but this problem seems more subtle than
I originally thought. The `org-odt-src-block' function seems to be
returning the exact same thing in both scenarios, so the problem
(unfortunately) must be related to the highest level (where the odt is
stitched together). I'll try to keep looking at this, but I would
appreciate if someone else could take a look. I would also be happy to
accept any pointers relating to the ox-odt build process.


Jay Kamat <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi Tim,
>> My recommendation would be to confirm if the problem exists in the org
>> bundled with Emacs 26 (9.1.1) and if it is, report this on the emacs
>> devel list, making it clear the issue does not exist with emacs
>> 25.3. This will at least allow Emacs devel to note that something which
>> it is changing is either buggy and needs more work or is an incompatible
>> change for org (and possibly other modes) which will need to be
>> added to the changes/News file and addressed by mode authors prior to 26
>> being released.
> This bug does indeed exist in the org bundled with emacs. Reporting this
> to emacs-devel sounds like a good plan, and I'll do so in a couple days
> to let anyone on the org mailing list have a chance to correct me if I'm
> doing anything wrong on the org side. But I do agree this looks like a
> bug in emacs core (even though I wansn't able to find the cause).
> -Jay

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