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Re: Point of wrong window used in read-from-minibuffer?

From: Ulf Klaperski
Subject: Re: Point of wrong window used in read-from-minibuffer?
Date: Mon, 11 Apr 2005 22:43:16 +0200
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On Mon, Apr 11, 2005 at 12:51:17AM -0400, Stefan Monnier wrote:
> The patch below fixes the above buggy behavior.
> I think it preserves the current behavior in "all" other cases.


the patch fixes the "reduced" error, but not the original problem. 
I have added an updated description to reproduce the bug (based on -Q).

Stefan, I send you the vhdl file I use in a separate mail.


- emacs -Q 
- Load the vhdl file
- M-x font-lock-mode 
- C-x 2
- Jump to the end of the buffer in the upper window
- Switch to the lower window, where the other signals are
- Type "signal " (with a space afterwards), this triggers the template insertion
  mechanism for a signal
- type any name at the minibuffer prompt, eg. test <RET>.
- type any type at the minibuffer prompt, eg. std_logic <RET>.
    -> ! The region between the signal and the point in the other buffer is
    deleted !
- type any initialization value at the minibuffer prompt and press return.
    -> Error message: "byte-code: Invalid search bound (wrong side of point)"

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