Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
Andreas Roehler writes:
> As you see, some problems remain. Any suggestions for
> x-unibyte, x-multibyte
x-unibyte and x-multibyte do not and never will exist in XEmacs Lisp.
I think "." or "\\(?:.\\|\n\\)" for both of them is fine if you need
GNU Emacs compatibility there.
Done with "."
I hope that someday soonish there will be fixed-width buffers in
XEmacs/Mule, but the difference in representation will not be visible
I believe that [[:SPACE:]] and [[:BLANK:]] are not synonyms in POSIX,
at least they should also contain ^L, no?
You are right. According to GNU Emacs Info on Syntax
Classes `\n' should given here too.
BTW I'll make these strings customizable, so users may
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