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Re: another bug of find-file-noselect?

From: Kenichi Handa
Subject: Re: another bug of find-file-noselect?
Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2000 21:38:08 +0900 (JST)

Andre Spiegel <address@hidden> writes:
> Ok, I just went over the logs and checked the story of that piece of
> code.  My change on 2000-10-04 indeed only added a single line of code
> in basic-save-buffer; if you look at the diff between 1.503 and 1.505,
> there is only that single change.  1.504 is a screwed up version I
> accidentally comitted.

Oops, sorry for the wrong warning.  I checked it by:
% cd lisp
% cvs annotate files.el |cat -n -|less
then found these lines:

  1008  1.437        (rms      03-Jan-99):        (if (null files)
  1009  1.505        (spiegel  04-Oct-00):            (find-file-noselect filena
  1010  1.505        (spiegel  04-Oct-00):          (car (mapcar #'find-file-nos
elect files))))
  1011  1.430        (rms      16-Oct-98):       (let* ((buf (get-file-buffer fi
then checked the diff between 1.504 and 1.505.

> The `car' in find-file-noselect was present when the code was first
> written by RMS on 1998-10-16 (revision 1.430).  RMS removed that `car'
> in his change on 1999-01-24 (1.443), but added it back on 1999-09-11
> (1.460).  Dave made an, as far as I can see, unrelated change to that
> line of code on 2000-03-26 (1.475).

> We could try and remove version 1.504 from the RCS master, so that
> tracking changes becomes easier again.

I agree.  But, I don't know how to do that.

Eli Zaretskii <address@hidden> writes:
> It sounds like we should ask Richard, then.  Perhaps he remembers what's 
> the deal with that `car'.


Ken'ichi HANDA

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