Thomas Mittelstaedt writes:
In package debug, version 1.17, in function gud-perldb-marker-filter
changed the following to get the desired behaviour!
; (while (string-match
Thanks for the report. Do you have any idea why the \032 characters
(^Z) might have been put there in the first place?
;; thmi changed the regex to the following. When I called the perl
;; a script like
;; cat /tmp/stdin-21164.log | perl -d
;; the current source line would not show up in the other buffer
This is quite different semantically from the regexp above, the
required double colon replaces a pair of colons separated by optional
text, and your regexp is not anchored at a newline at the end but the
one above is. I think this is likely to have quite bad impacts on
Can you come up with more minimal changes that work for you? (NB, I
don't use this feature so can't judge, thus I'm being conservative.
If you get better advice, please ignore me.)
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