unfill-paragraph(region) is different in GNU emacs and xemacs
oub at mat.ucm.es
Fri Nov 6 07:25:05 EST 2009
>>>>> "Stephen" == Stephen J Turnbull <turnbull at sk.tsukuba.ac.jp> writes:
> Reply-To set to xemacs-beta, as it seems this subthread is offtopic on
> Uwe Brauer writes:
>> No it does not surprise, it is Xemacs filling function itself with
>> behaves different.
>> Could somebody from the Xemacs dev team comment on this?
> Yeah, they're different. I doubt anybody has given the core fill
> function love in a couple decades, everybody uses filladapt as far
> as I know. It's one of those things where we kept the core
> function for compatibility with Emacs despite a far superior
> third-party implementation (it was at the time, anyway; I've used
> nothing else for over two decades).
> On your sample text, with filladapt it does what I would expect: it
> treats the first and last lines (which have different prefixes from
> the rest of the lines) as separate paragraphs, and fills the middle
> lines to a single line with the same indentation.
But Steve, filladapt is *not* turned on. As I said I used
xemacs -vanilla and that does not turn on filladapt. Given that I find
the filling behavior odd.
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