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Wed, 10 May 2006 15:33:41 -0700
Gnus/5.11 (Gnus v5.11) Emacs/21.3.50 (darwin)
I had planner-tasks-file-behavior set to 'save, and I just upgraded to
Planner 3.40 (from a very old version), and now when I type M-x plan,
planner seems to spend an inordinate amount of time fontifying
buffers. Previously, this was because when it updated a task, it
opened the file, fontified the buffer, and then closed it again,
repeatedly. Setting planner-tasks-file-behavior to 'save fixed this
for me, but now the upgrade has apparently broken it again.
Is my expectation still the intended behavior of
planner-tasks-file-behavior? From the docstring and the info file,
one would conclude yes. From the source code, I only see tests like
'(if (equal planner-tasks-file-behavior 'save) ... )' and
'(when planner-tasks-file-behavior ...)' which would seem to imply
that no special behavior is implied by a value of 'save.
(Incidentally, that test could be (eql planner-tasks-file-behavior
It this is still the intended behavior, has anyone else experienced
this problem? Is it a known bug?
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