unfill-paragraph(region) is different in GNU emacs and xemacs (was: unfill-paragraph (region) and indentation, )
oub at mat.ucm.es
Fri Nov 6 05:01:28 EST 2009
>>>>> "Stefan" == Stefan Monnier <monnier at iro.umontreal.ca> writes:
> It depends on the definition of what is a paragraph, so it depends on
> paragraph-start and paragraph-separate.
It should not since the unfilling function should (also) act on the region.
> But FWIW, I can't reporduce the behavior you describe in
> fundamental-mode in Emacs-23.1.
Right, as I will describe below indeed the basic unfill functions behave
*differently* in GNU emacs (I used Emacs 22.3) and Xemacs (21.4.22 Mule), so
I will also CC to xemacs beta, which seems to be the better place to
continue the discussion.
> (let ((fill-column 9999999)) (fill-region (point) (mark)))
> However Uwe's sample code uses the function "filladapt-mode", which I
> don't seem to have, and can't seem to load by doing (load-library
> "filladapt") or (load-library "filladapt-mode"); is it an external
> library? If so, maybe Uwe's problem lies there...
No it does not surprise, it is Xemacs filling function itself with
The following I did with
emacs -q (GNU emacs 21.3)
xemacs -vanilla (Xemacs 21.4.22 Mule)
In both cases I set the fill-column to 10000000 and called.
GNU emacs (fill-paragraph)
The example is (a buffer in fundamental mode)
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A text which has indentation.
GNU emacs filled the line as expected Xemacs did not.
The behavior of both filling functions was identical if the text had no
Could somebody from the Xemacs dev team comment on this?
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