* Stephen J Turnbull <stephen(a)xemacs.org> writes:
(message "Prepare to infloop! Arming ...")
(string-match "^\\([ ]*\\(\\w\\|[-_.]\\)+>+\\)+"
;; not executed if must quit from string-match == infloop
(message "That was a rather short infinity!"))
infloops for me in my current process, but not if I take out the
to message-mode, and (unfortunately) not at all in a fresh invocation
with -vanilla. I suspect a problem with the syntax table, but that's
as far as I'm going to get today.
I would appreciate it if people would let me know what results are
for a fresh invocation -vanilla,
Apart from the time taken to load message-mode it returns almost
immediately. ie, on the 2nd run it does return immediately.
and also if Gnus users with a well-used Gnus invocation would see
if that gives them an infloop. Also in 21.4.recent.
This Gnus has been running since this morning I think (6 or 7 hours
21.4.16)... returns immediately. Should I try when this Gnus is a
couple of days old?
Get yourself a goat, and a nice big bucket o'lard. The start
practicing drawing pentagrams.
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