>>>>> "Jerry" == Jerry James <james(a)xemacs.org> writes:
>> Here's the second of the two annoying behavior changes that I'm
>> seeing, going from xemacs-base 2.03 to xemacs-2.06.
Jerry> I must have missed the first one. Can you point me to it?
Hmm, somehow the "to" address got munged in the original. I've resent
Jerry> If, in the body of find-field, we change the second let-form to
Jerry> (let* ((ext (extent-at pos nil 'field))
Jerry> (field (if ext (extent-property ext 'field))))
Jerry> that fixes the problem for me.
Yup, works for me, too. Thanks.
Jerry> they changed comint-send-input to take an optional argument,
Jerry> no-newline. If no-newline is nil, then you get a newline
Jerry> inserted after the copy is made. For shell mode, this means that
Jerry> C-m copies the old input and immediately sends it to the shell,
Jerry> without giving you a chance to edit it.
Sigh, yeah, I can't say that change fills me with delight.
Jerry> Suggestions on how to fix this, and just how much Emacs
Jerry> compatibility we should strive for, are welcome.
Well, the docstring for comint-send-input implies that this is the
intended behavior. It would be nice to have a way to override it, but
I'm not the person who would do future merges with the upstream
I looked through the code a bit to understand what's going on. It seems
odd to me that there is a global variable
comint-input-sender-no-newline, but comint-send-input always overrides
it with the value of no-newline.
Perhaps RET in shell mode could be bound to a wrapper function that does