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bug#14787: 24.3, M-x query-replace - useless warning


From: Andreas Röhler
Subject: bug#14787: 24.3, M-x query-replace - useless warning
Date: Fri, 05 Jul 2013 21:38:47 +0200
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Am 05.07.2013 09:45, schrieb Tassilo Horn:
Andreas Röhler <address@hidden> writes:

This has nothing to do with regexps.  Show Paren mode is a global
minor mode that is enabled independent of the context.

It also happens if show-paren-mode is nil.  Don't see it related.

It actually depends on `blink-matching-paren', not `show-paren-mode'.

Okay, thanks. IMO it's a bug nonetheless, it's a warning which might
confuse users.

Not sure, IMHO "balanced" replacements like \(foo\|bar\) -> [\1] are
more common,

It's about query-replace, not query-replace-regexp

Cheers,

Andreas

and then `blink-matching-paren' makes sense.  I mean, what
are the alternatives?  We could disable `blink-matching-paren' when
reading from the minibuffer altogether, or have another defcustom
`blink-matching-paren-in-minibuffer' for controlling that behavior, and
then, what should its default value be?

Bye,
Tassilo







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