>>>> "Jerry" == Jerry James
Jerry> '_8K^f9u^Y#.N`>9oKN$\JpI Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2003 11:54:08
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Jerry> (Jerry James's message of "Thu, 17 Jul 2003 11:47:22
Jerry> -0500") Message-ID: <psn0fdjdqn.fsf(a)diannao.ittc.ku.edu>
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Jerry> I wrote:
> I tried it, but it complains that get-char-table only takes 2
> arguments. I wasn't sure what you intended, so I tried
> removing the 'multi argument. But now I when I do "C-h f
> get-char-table", I get this:
Damn, yes, I got that on the first go round, too. Sorry for the annoyance.
Jerry> This version of your patch seems to work for me. At least,
Jerry> if fixes the JDE bug, anyway.
Yeah, but I think it only works for fairly trivial cases (well, it
will work for ASCII). What needs to be done in my patch is
What happened is that I tried to cut from XEmacs at home (where I had
tested) and paste into XEmacs-at-school-in-a-tty, and this failed
dismally (SPC/TAB confusion). So I replicated the edits at school,
and generated a patch, and sent it.
New patch going to xemacs-patches; I'm pretty sure (given your
testing) that it's right.
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