unfill-paragraph(region) is different in GNU emacs and xemacs
dak at gnu.org
Fri Nov 6 10:01:25 EST 2009
"Stephen J. Turnbull" <stephen at xemacs.org> writes:
> Uwe Brauer writes:
> > 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.
> I know. I'm suggesting that you turn on filladapt and see if the
> gives reasonable results. I've long wanted to nuke the current code
> and replace it with filladapt, but I've never really had the time/
> incentive to figure out if there was anything that needed to be synced
> from the old code.
Sometimes I just can't understand why people bother putting up with all
this. And then I go back to open my accordion and fix some valves. Or
try making some register switch more reliable by bending it around,
breaking it, hardsoldering it together again, filing.
Burnt away part of a gear block
<URL:http://home.arcor.de/david.kastrup/block.jpg> trying to hardsolder
gearage that had gained too much leeway over time. Cut a new lever from
a brass plate, leadsoldered it on, refilled the block with wood mortar.
Why do I bother fiddling around with shaky one-of-a-kind mechanics older
Because the thing is good. Maybe somewhat overengineered with its
generalized bass section (move the octave break anywhere you like
(assuming the lever does not stick) at runtime rather than have it
Um, cough, cough.
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