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bug#22332: 25.0.50; woman moves point in a wrong buffer

From: martin rudalics
Subject: bug#22332: 25.0.50; woman moves point in a wrong buffer
Date: Thu, 04 Feb 2016 08:55:00 +0100

> Can you please try this updated patch? This time, I hope to have it tested
> all the woman buffer switching activities.

I don't use woman so please someone else should try it.  But I think
that the change is too substantial to be applied to Emacs-25.  Please
try to come up with a minimal solution to fix the bug reported here.  We
can then apply your proposed behavior to master.

> PS: The patch also resulted in many indentation changes. Looks like the
> default lisp-indent-function is changed since the last major edits to
> woman.el (because I did C-x h C-M-\ at the end committing my edits).

This is generally a bad idea.  Never do that.  It makes patches very
hard to read.  As a rule, always try to make patches as short as
possible so the reader gets the idea of the patch as fast as possible.
Formatting changes only obscure the idea transported by the patch.

> Please
> advise how to remove just the indentation changes.

Either edit the file manually via diff/ediff or use the -b or -w
switches when preparing the diff.


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