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bug#17541: 24.3; wdired do not allow to edit first char in filenames


From: JuanLeon Lahoz
Subject: bug#17541: 24.3; wdired do not allow to edit first char in filenames
Date: Thu, 22 May 2014 09:39:54 +0200



On Thu, May 22, 2014 at 12:56 AM, Glenn Morris <address@hidden> wrote:
JuanLeon Lahoz wrote:

> When I enter into wdired-mode I can edit every char in the file names but
> the first.
>
> For instance, workaround or renaming "foo" to "afoo" is to insert "af"
> after "f" and then delete first "f" with backspace.

Thanks for the report, but I cannot reproduce this.
I can rename "foo" to "afoo" just fine.
Does this happen with emacs -Q?

Weird.  That does not happen with emacs -Q.

I did a binary search of all the stuff in my init file to narrow the problem and then, when narrowed to a single defun in a configuration file, the problem went away (I suspect that when init-loader recompiled that file).

So I am left with same configuration than yesterday and no problem!  Good; I suppose.

Thanks

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