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Re: history-search-backward loses undo


From: Andreas Schwab
Subject: Re: history-search-backward loses undo
Date: Mon, 11 Nov 2002 20:38:44 +0100
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Chet Ramey <address@hidden> writes:

|> It's probable that the new line found with history-search-backward has no
|> undo list associated with it.  When a non-incremental search succeeds, the
|> undo list associated with that line is made the current undo list.  It's
|> likely that the old undo list is no longer valid; it would be confusing
|> to retain it.

I would expect to be able to undo what history-search-backward changed and
go back further the old undo list.  Unlike reverse-search-history which
puts you on a different history line, history-search-backward changes the
line in place.

Andreas.

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