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From: Emacs bug Tracking System
Subject: Processed: control message
Date: Mon, 6 Apr 2009 19:40:05 -0700

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> merge 2879 2880 2882 2883
bug#2879: Emacs-w32 Bug-Reports for 23.0.92.1 LENNART (patched) [WAS: 23.0.60;  
yanking raw-text into mini-buffer causes crash]
bug#2880: Emacs-w32 Bug-Reports for 23.0.92.1 LENNART (patched) [WAS: 23.0.60;  
yanking raw-text into mini-buffer causes crash]
bug#2882: Emacs-w32 Bug-Reports for 23.0.92.1 LENNART (patched) [WAS:  23.0.60; 
yanking raw-text into mini-buffer causes crash]
bug#2883: Emacs-w32 Bug-Reports for 23.0.92.1 LENNART (patched) [WAS:  23.0.60; 
yanking raw-text into mini-buffer causes crash]
Merged 2879 2880 2882 2883.

> reassign 2879 notemacs
bug#2879: Emacs-w32 Bug-Reports for 23.0.92.1 LENNART (patched) [WAS: 23.0.60;  
yanking raw-text into mini-buffer causes crash]
Warning: Unknown package 'notemacs'
bug#2880: Emacs-w32 Bug-Reports for 23.0.92.1 LENNART (patched) [WAS: 23.0.60;  
yanking raw-text into mini-buffer causes crash]
Warning: Unknown package 'notemacs'
bug#2882: Emacs-w32 Bug-Reports for 23.0.92.1 LENNART (patched) [WAS:  23.0.60; 
yanking raw-text into mini-buffer causes crash]
Warning: Unknown package 'notemacs'
bug#2883: Emacs-w32 Bug-Reports for 23.0.92.1 LENNART (patched) [WAS:  23.0.60; 
yanking raw-text into mini-buffer causes crash]
Warning: Unknown package 'notemacs'
bug reassigned from package `emacs' to `notemacs'.

> tags 2816 - patch
bug#2816: regexp-opt: does not optimize 'Abc' and 'abc'
Tags were: patch
Tags removed: patch

> merge 2912 2913
bug#2912: 23.0.92; Ediff over TRAMP too slow
bug#2913: 23.0.92; Ediff over TRAMP too slow
Merged 2912 2913.

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